Advanced Materials Technologies

Advanced Materials Technologies is the new home for all technology-related materials applications research, with particular focus on advanced device design, fabrication and integration, as well as new technologies based on novel materials. It bridges the gap between fundamental laboratory research and industry.

Publisher
Wiley
Website
https://onlinelibrary.wiley.com/journal/2365709X

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Vaccination

A strategy to thermally stabilize microneedle vaccine technology

Researchers in the Department of Biomedical Engineering—a shared department between the UConn Schools of Dental Medicine, Medicine, and Engineering—unlocked a new strategy using sugar molecules to thermally stabilize ...

Obstetrics & gynaecology

Sperm syringe offers new hope to infertile couples

A Monash University-developed syringe that uses a 3D filter to detect viable sperm can increase sperm quality selection by 65%, bringing new hope to infertile couples.

Neuroscience

Measuring brain activity on the go

Brain activity has traditionally been assessed using large and often expensive technology that has limited its use to specific clinical settings. Small wearable devices that can assess brain activity show promise for improving ...

Biomedical technology

Sweat sensor makes strides in detecting infection indicators

University of Texas at Dallas bioengineers in collaboration with EnLiSense LLC have designed a wearable sensor that can detect two key biomarkers of infection in human sweat, a significant step toward making it possible for ...

Neuroscience

Nerve stimulation with the help of implantable mini solar cells

An international research team has successfully developed and tested a concept in which nerves are stimulated with light pulses. The method provides considerable advantages for medicine and opens up a wide range of possible ...

Surgery

Next-generation implants will be biodegradable and non-invasive

EPFL engineers have developed a neural interface that disappears harmlessly in the body after several months and allows natural tissue to grow back. What's more, it can be implanted in a patient's blood vessel rather than ...

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