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Reversible fusion and defusion of immiscible polymers starting from crosslinked networks

Reversible fusion/defusion of immiscible polymers

merging recycling with manufacturing can reform waste into value added materials for re-use

Reflecting on blacker than black

current state of knowledge of graphene-virus interaction and possible applications to fight COVID-19

Thermosensitive nanomedicines encapsulating a range of chemotherapy drugs are being developed and advanced into clinical trials.

Behavior and flow of nanoconfined water are determined by intermolecular interactions between water and nanopore walls.

Nanoparticle surfaces play a significant role in complement activation, which is an important component of the innate immune system.

Piezoelectric nanomaterials can be used in combination with mechanical cues to stimulate neurons, muscle cells.

Nanoconfinement and electronic structures of CNTs are promising approaches to control ultrafast water transport.

Nanovesicles based on bio-inspired synthesis simulate the unique properties of natural organisms and structures.

Piezoelectric nanomaterials are attracting strong interest in nanomedicine as nanotransducers acting at the tissue, cellular, and sub-cellular level.

New class of fluorescent carbon materials, graphene quantum dots (GQDs), have outstanding properties and potential applications.

Understanding the effects of manufactured nanomaterials on human health is crucial.

Layered black phosphorous is a promising candidate in design and optimization of electronics and optoelectronic devices.

Averages do not represent extreme values, which can be significantly different.

There is a pressing need for nano education in formal and informal settings.

Using algae as a building material.

Comment by Sean McGee, Dassault Systèmes BIOVIA.

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