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Surface-imprinted hybrid materials for the selective detection of viruses
Thanks to technological advances in polymer chemistry and nanotechnology, it is now possible to synthetically produce nanomaterials with a wide range of properties and functionalities. This has paved the way for producing bio-inspired structures and systems which, for example, possess binding ...
Electrochemical dark-field microscopy can visualize and help investigate the reactions of individual nanoparticles
A combination of dark-field microscopy and electrochemistry can make individual nanoparticles in a liquid medium visible. The technique is suited to determine the activity of catalysts during their use.
Development of new drug carriers based on the principles of nature
Developing new antimicrobial treatment strategies is becoming a key challenge in today's medical research. The targeted delivery of drugs into infected human tissue could significantly improve the antibiotic therapies to combat difficult-to-treat microorganisms.
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