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  • Laser engineering of biomimetic surfaces
    Mater. Sci. Eng. R Rep. (IF 26.625) Pub Date : 2020-06-20
    E. Stratakis; J. Bonse; J. Heitz; J. Siegel; G.D. Tsibidis; E. Skoulas; A. Papadopoulos; A. Mimidis; A.-C. Joel; P. Comanns; J. Krüger; C. Florian; Y. Fuentes-Edfuf; J. Solis; W. Baumgartner

    The exciting properties of micro- and nano-patterned surfaces found in natural species hide a virtually endless potential of technological ideas, opening new opportunities for innovation and exploitation in materials science and engineering. Due to the diversity of biomimetic surface functionalities, inspirations from natural surfaces are interesting for a broad range of applications in engineering

  • All-dielectric materials and related nanophotonic applications
    Mater. Sci. Eng. R Rep. (IF 26.625) Pub Date : 2020-06-12
    Jiahao Yan; Xinyue Liu; Churong Ma; Yingcong Huang; Guowei Yang

    Generally, nanophotonics is associated with plasmonic materials and structures made of noble metals such as gold or silver. However, conventional plasmonic materials have several disadvantages restricting their applications. First, plasmonic materials like gold and silver suffer from high optical loss at optical frequencies. Second, noble metals are rare and not proper for large scale fabrication.

  • Dynamic crosslinked rubbers for a green future: A material perspective
    Mater. Sci. Eng. R Rep. (IF 26.625) Pub Date : 2020-06-02
    Alan M. Wemyss; Chris Bowen; Cédric Plesse; Cédric Vancaeyzeele; Giao T.M. Nguyen; Frédéric Vidal; Chaoying Wan

    Conventional rubber products, such as tires, seals, tubing, and damping systems are manufactured via a vulcanization process, which forms covalently crosslinked network structures and ensures mechanical robustness, thermal stability and chemical resistance. However, the covalent networks are permanent and these products cannot be reprocessed or reshaped, which makes vulcanised rubbers one of the major

  • Broad-band emission in metal halide perovskites: Mechanism, materials, and applications
    Mater. Sci. Eng. R Rep. (IF 26.625) Pub Date : 2020-03-20
    Guojun Zhou; Binbin Su; Jinglong Huang; Qinyuan Zhang; Zhiguo Xia

    Metal halide perovskites (MHPs) are in a blossoming status where their inherent optoelectronic properties are being revisited from the perspective of both fundamental science and practical application. In an attempt to boost the manipulating photoluminescence performance of MHPs, it is timely and vital to review the relation between structural attributes and the photo-physical phenomena for their unique

  • Injectable scaffolds: Preparation and application in dental and craniofacial regeneration.
    Mater. Sci. Eng. R Rep. (IF 26.625) Pub Date : 2017-06-27
    Bei Chang,Neelam Ahuja,Chi Ma,Xiaohua Liu

    Injectable scaffolds are appealing for tissue regeneration because they offer many advantages over pre-formed scaffolds. This article provides a comprehensive review of the injectable scaffolds currently being investigated for dental and craniofacial tissue regeneration. First, we provide an overview of injectable scaffolding materials, including natural, synthetic, and composite biomaterials. Next

  • Stimulus-responsive hydrogels: Theory, modern advances, and applications.
    Mater. Sci. Eng. R Rep. (IF 26.625) Pub Date : 2016-05-03
    Michael C Koetting,Jonathan T Peters,Stephanie D Steichen,Nicholas A Peppas

    Over the past century, hydrogels have emerged as effective materials for an immense variety of applications. The unique network structure of hydrogels enables very high levels of hydrophilicity and biocompatibility, while at the same time exhibiting the soft physical properties associated with living tissue, making them ideal biomaterials. Stimulus-responsive hydrogels have been especially impactful

  • Losses in Ferroelectric Materials.
    Mater. Sci. Eng. R Rep. (IF 26.625) Pub Date : 2015-03-31

    Ferroelectric materials are the best dielectric and piezoelectric materials known today. Since the discovery of barium titanate in the 1940s, lead zirconate titanate ceramics in the 1950s and relaxor-PT single crystals (such as lead magnesium niobate-lead titanate and lead zinc niobate-lead titanate) in the 1980s and 1990s, perovskite ferroelectric materials have been the dominating piezoelectric materials

  • Nanoparticles for Improving Cancer Diagnosis.
    Mater. Sci. Eng. R Rep. (IF 26.625) Pub Date : 2013-09-27
    Hongmin Chen,Zipeng Zhen,Trever Todd,Paul K Chu,Jin Xie

    Despite the progress in developing new therapeutic modalities, cancer remains one of the leading diseases causing human mortality. This is mainly attributed to the inability to diagnose tumors in their early stage. By the time the tumor is confirmed, the cancer may have already metastasized, thereby making therapies challenging or even impossible. It is therefore crucial to develop new or to improve

  • Graphene-Dielectric Integration for Graphene Transistors.
    Mater. Sci. Eng. R Rep. (IF 26.625) Pub Date : 2011-02-01
    Lei Liao,Xiangfeng Duan

    Graphene is emerging as an interesting electronic material for future electronics due to its exceptionally high carrier mobility and single-atomic thickness. Graphene-dielectric integration is of critical importance for the development of graphene transistors and a new generation of graphene based electronics. Deposition of dielectric materials onto graphene is of significant challenge due to the intrinsic

  • Engineering the Properties of Metal Nanostructures via Galvanic Replacement Reactions.
    Mater. Sci. Eng. R Rep. (IF 26.625) Pub Date : 2010-12-25
    Claire M Cobley,Younan Xia

    In this review, we will bring the reader up to date with recent advances in the use of galvanic replacement reactions to engineer highly tunable nanostructures for a variety of applications. We will begin by discussing the variety of templates that have been used for such reactions and how the structural details (e.g., shape, size, and defects, among others) have interesting effects on the ultimate

  • Miniaturized implantable pressure and oxygen sensors based on polydimethylsiloxane thin films.
    Mater. Sci. Eng. R Rep. (IF 26.625) Pub Date : 2010-02-18
    Goutam Koley,Jie Liu,Md W Nomani,Moonbin Yim,Xuejun Wen,T-Y Hsia

    We demonstrate the application of polydimethylsiloxane (PDMS) thin films in highly sensitive pressure and oxygen sensors, designed for pressure and oxygen content measurements within the heart and blood vessels. PDMS thin film displacement as a result of pressure changes was transduced by a capacitive detection technique to produce quantitative measurement of absolute pressures. Oxygen measurements

  • Peptide-based Biopolymers in Biomedicine and Biotechnology.
    Mater. Sci. Eng. R Rep. (IF 26.625) Pub Date : 2009-01-06
    Dominic Chow,Michelle L Nunalee,Dong Woo Lim,Andrew J Simnick,Ashutosh Chilkoti

    Peptides are emerging as a new class of biomaterials due to their unique chemical, physical, and biological properties. The development of peptide-based biomaterials is driven by the convergence of protein engineering and macromolecular self-assembly. This review covers the basic principles, applications, and prospects of peptide-based biomaterials. We focus on both chemically synthesized and genetically

  • Infectious Disease: Connecting Innate Immunity to Biocidal Polymers.
    Mater. Sci. Eng. R Rep. (IF 26.625) Pub Date : 2007-12-28
    Gregory J Gabriel,Abhigyan Som,Ahmad E Madkour,Tarik Eren,Gregory N Tew

    Infectious disease is a critically important global healthcare issue. In the U.S. alone there are 2 million new cases of hospital-acquired infections annually leading to 90,000 deaths and 5 billion dollars of added healthcare costs. Couple these numbers with the appearance of new antibiotic resistant bacterial strains and the increasing occurrences of community-type outbreaks, and clearly this is an

  • Spatially and temporally controlled hydrogels for tissue engineering
    Mater. Sci. Eng. R Rep. (IF 26.625) Pub Date : 2017-07-25
    Jeroen Leijten, Jungmok Seo, Kan Yue, Grissel Trujillo-de Santiago, Ali Tamayol, Guillermo U. Ruiz-Esparza, Su Ryon Shin, Roholah Sharifi, Iman Noshadi, Mario Moisés Álvarez, Yu Shrike Zhang, Ali Khademhosseini

    Recent years have seen tremendous advances in the field of hydrogel-based biomaterials. One of the most prominent revolutions in this field has been the integration of elements or techniques that enable spatial and temporal control over hydrogels’ properties and functions. Here, we critically review the emerging progress of spatiotemporal control over biomaterial properties towards the development

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