Paper in Langmuir just published discussing how particles can be nanoengineered to balance stealth and targeting properties.
Nanoengineering of Poly(ethylene glycol) Particles for Stealth and Targeting
qBionano and qBionano’s Mattias was recently highlighted through a blog post on the Imperial blog. Read the full entry here: https://wwwf.imperial.ac.uk/blog/imperial-people/2018/07/27/mattias-bjornmalm-marie-sklodowska-curie-individual-fellow-materials/
Amanda Mickley-Gass of Wiley’s online science magazine Advanced Science News recently published a summary of our recent paper on how therapeutics can be crystallized in gels.
The full story is available open access here: https://www.advancedsciencenews.com/gel-mediated-crystallization-of-active-pharmaceutical-ingredients/
Mattias of qBionano and colleagues at the University of Melbourne, the ARC Centre of Excellence in Convergent Bio-Nano Science and Technology, and Imperial College London are exploring the use of videos to help communicate science, experimental procedures and lab protocols. Learn more in the video below made by C&EN magazine.
Photo: Part of the ESOF MCAA team with science communicator Mario.
Everybody seems to agree that “open science is a good idea,” but there are many aspects that need to be taken into account in terms of implementation. This panel, organized and hosted by MCAA members Maja Mise and Mattias Björnmalm, opened the discussion about the different aspects to open science and concrete strategies towards implementation.
[ More about the ESOF conference here. ]