Researcher from qBionano and collaborators have just published a new paper in Nature Nanotechnology. In this paper, a new “minimum reporting standard” for bio–nano science is introduced, called MIRIBEL.
Challenges and opportunities related to the clinical translation of nanomaterials is an area of intense research. In this blog post, qBionano’s Mattias discusses a recent article in Nature Biomedical Engineering on this important topic.
In this blog post, qBionano’s Mattias discusses a potential path for publishers based at non-profit, scholarly societies towards quickly and easily becoming compatible with Plan S. Today’s blog post is a follow-up from an earlier blog post here on qBionano.
eLife and Center for Open Science (COS), today announced their support for the continuing development of Plaudit – a mechanism for academics to share their research recommendations openly with readers.
A paper entitled “Physical stimuli-responsive vesicles in drug delivery: Beyond liposomes and polymersomes” by researchers at Imperial College London and qBionano has now been published in Advanced Drug Delivery Reviews!
On September 28, 2018, the Natural History Museum in London organized the annual European Researchers’ Night. This year the theme was “Planet 2.0“. In this event Mattias represented qBionano at the Science Pub. Read more below and see photos from the night.