Hollow polymer nanocapsules: synthesis, properties, and applications
Hollow polymer nanocapsules (HPNs) have gained tremendous interest in recent years due to their numerous desirable properties compared to their solid counterparts.
3D printing of photopolymers
Recent progress in the photoinitiators and monomers/oligomers of photopolymers for 3D printing is presented in the review.
Cyclodextrin-based host–guest supramolecular hydrogel and its application in biomedical fields
CD-based host–guest supramolecular hydrogels and their potential biomedical application.
Electrospun nanofiber reinforced composites: a review
High performance electrospun nanofibers could be used to fabricate nanofiber reinforced composites.
Biomimetic antimicrobial polymers: recent advances in molecular design
The increasing prevalence of antibiotic-resistant bacterial infections, coupled with the decline in the number of new antibiotic drug approvals, has created a therapeutic gap that portends an emergent public health crisis.
Nitroxide radical polymers – a versatile material class for high-tech applications
A comprehensive summary of synthetic strategies for the preparation of nitroxide radical polymer materials and a state-of-the-art perspective on their latest and most exciting applications.
Amino acid-derived stimuli-responsive polymers and their applications
The recent advances achieved in the study of various stimuli-responsive polymers derived from natural amino acids have been reviewed.
Transiently malleable multi-healable hydrogel nanocomposites based on responsive boronic acid copolymers
Dynamic multi-responsive gel nanocomposites with rapid self-healing and cell encapsulation properties are presented.
Water-adaptive and repeatable self-healing polymers bearing bulky urea bonds
A crosslinked copolymer having a reversible covalent bond between a bulky amine and an isocyanate presents reshapable, repeatable, and water-adaptive self-healing properties.
In situ cross-linkable hyaluronic acid hydrogels using copper free click chemistry for cartilage tissue engineering
We develop a biocompatible and in situ HA hydrogel via a bioorthogonal click reaction for cartilage tissue engineering.
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