Scientific journal covering materials science.
Advanced Materials has been bringing you the latest progress in materials science every week for over 30 years. Read carefully selected, top-quality Reviews, Progress Reports, Communications, and Research News at the cutting edge of the chemistry and physics of functional materials. Advanced Materials has an Impact Factor of 25.809 (2018 Journal Impact Factor, Journal Citation Reports (Clarivate Analytics, 2019)). One key to the success of Advanced Materials is its pronounced interdisciplinarity.
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Advanced Materials News
Multidomain peptides as base material in the 3D-printing inks promote tissue development
Rice University - 07-Feb-2023
The peptide-3D printing ink could benefit regenerative medicine and medical research enormouslyRead more...
Volumetric 3D bioprinted tiny liver functions just like a human liver
3D Printing Industry - 17-Feb-2022
Paving the way for bioprinted livers and personalized drug screening for liver diseasesRead more...
Scientists built a functional human tendon using 3D cryobioprinting
3D Printing Industry - 07-Feb-2022
A breakthrough technique to print complex tissues that can be stored for later useRead more...
Latest bioink printed airways from patient's own stem cells
Science Daily - 17-Mar-2021
New approach with seaweed-based material could bioprint transplantable organs soonRead more...
Artificial muscles in regeneration of damaged skeletal muscle
Science Daily - 21-Feb-2021
Hybrid constructs help regrow muscle tissue forming new blood vessels in miceRead more...
New way to rebuild cartilage tissue for fixing injuries
Genetic Engineering & Biotechnology News (GEN) - 19-Oct-2020
Cartilage tissue engineered using magnetic field and hydrogelsRead more...
3D-printed Lego-inspired bricks, to heal broken bones
Medical Xpress - 25-Jul-2020
Tested some aspects in rats, could make lab-made organs for human transplant possibleRead more...
Development of a light-powered gripping tool –optical pliers
Phys.org - 15-Jul-2020
This new tech can enable miniaturization and remote control in tight spacesRead more...
Treating cancer with salt nanoparticles in mouse model
Nano Magazine - 08-Jan-2020
Acts more on cancer cells compared to normal cells and eliminates themRead more...
First fully personalized tissue implant
Phys.org - 12-Nov-2018
Technology allows engineering any kind of tissue implant from one small fatty tissue biopsyRead more...
Patients' own cells used to engineer fully personalized tissue implants
Phys.org - 12-Nov-2018
Growing new organs from patient's own cells would slash the wait times for organ transplantsRead more...
Nanobots Glide Through Living Cells
IEEE Spectrum - 13-Apr-2018
Corkscrew-shaped nanomotor uses small, rotating magnetic fields. Researchers able to steer it tr...Read more...
Tooth-mounted sensors track your diet and health
Digital Trends - 27-Mar-2018
Tufts University has created tiny sensors that attach to teeth. Wireless sensors relay data abou...Read more...
High-density, stretchable grid for neural recording and treatment
Kurzweil Network - 12-Mar-2018
Soft, elastic, high-density stretchable electrode grid developed. Suitable for long-term, stable...Read more...
Artificial Foam Heart Pumps Fluid
Medical Daily - 15-Oct-2015
Researchers at Cornell University have designed a new type of stretchable “foam” material. Inter...Read more...
3D-printed swimming microrobots can sense and remove toxins
3DPrint.com - 29-Jun-2015
Fish shape nanobots manufactured using microscale continuous optical printing (µCOP) at much smal...Read more...