Hydrogels are promising soft materials as tissue engineering scaffolds, stretchable sensors, and soft robotics. * Yet, it remains challenging to develop synthetic hydrogels with mechanical… Read More »Strong, tough, rapid-recovery, and fatigue-resistant hydrogels made of picot peptide fibres
Meet our CEO @Arablab 2022 in Dubai this week and discuss the many applications that are possible using our #AFMprobes for #AtomicForceMicroscopy
We wish everyone a good start into the year of the tiger!
The NANOSENSORS screencast on the calibration service for AFM cantilevers has just reached the 1500 views mark. Accurately determined AFM cantilever properties are very important… Read More »Calibration Service for AFM Cantilevers
Supercritical carbon dioxide decellularization of plant material to generate 3D biocompatible scaffolds
Biocompatible scaffolds that can be repopulated with human cells have many uses such serving as replacement organs and tissues. Therefore there is an increasing interest… Read More »Supercritical carbon dioxide decellularization of plant material to generate 3D biocompatible scaffolds
We are celebrating today’s Swiss National Holiday courtesy of Basel University with the Smallest Swiss Cross – Made of 20 Single Atoms ( a NANOSENSORS… Read More »Happy Swiss National Holiday with Smallest Swiss Cross