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Biomaterials news, October 2023

In-vitro analysis finds boron nitride and graphene oxide could irreparably damage DNA

Researchers have shown that a new synthetic hydrogel made from peptides that zip together can behave like biological tissue.

Using bioluminescent algae, researchers have created soft yet durable materials that glow in response to mechanical stress.

Taking inspiration from the way swifts make their nests, researchers have developed a nontoxic process for making cellulose gels.

novel polymer nanofiber wound dressing scaffold material exploits the piezoelectric effect to stimulate healing and protect against bacterial infection

oxygen-generating microparticles in hydrogels drive the differentiation of human stem cells into osteoblasts, boosting bone regeneration

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