New fibers can deliver optogenetic signals and drugs directly into the brain
Programmable 3D-printed tissues and organs using DNA "smart glue"
Gold nanotubes sizzle cancer cells
"Glowing" nanotech guides cancer surgery, kills remaining cancer cells
Oregon State University
How to create the worlds most complex 3D-motion nanomachines from DNA
The Ohio State University
"Heart on a chip" reduces time and cost in drug testing for safety and efficacy
Algae breathe new life into tissue engineering
Graphene shown to neutralize cancer stem cells
Inflammation in Heart Failure
The book could be of interest for researchers in the field of cardiovascular biomaterials who want to thoroughly understand the process of inflammation, also occurring upon implantation of biomaterials/devices.
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