Themed collection Video Abstracts
Unravelling the origins of ice nucleation on organic crystals
Organic molecules such as steroids or amino acids form crystals that can facilitate the formation of ice – arguably the most important phase transition on earth.
Preventing the coffee-ring effect and aggregate sedimentation by in situ gelation of monodisperse materials
Microscale uniformity and long-range cohesion in multi-functional films assembled through drop-casting is realized by in situ gelation of monodisperse building blocks.
Flying MOFs: polyamine-containing fluidized MOF/SiO2 hybrid materials for CO2 capture from post-combustion flue gas
Solid-state synthesis ensures a high loading and well dispersed growth of a large collection of metal–organic framework (MOF) nanostructures within a series of commercially available mesoporous silica allowing to render MOFs into fluidized solid sorbents for CO2 capture from post-combustion flue gas in a fluidized-bed reactor.
Peptide/Cas9 nanostructures for ribonucleoprotein cell membrane transport and gene edition
The hydrazone modulation of a penetrating peptide carrier is reported as a suitable and straightforward strategy for the delivery of Cas9 inside living cells.
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