Emerging Investigators themed issue now published

We are pleased to announce that the Biomaterials Science 2014 Emerging Investigators themed issue is now available to read online.

Edited by Phillip Messersmith and Norio Nakatsuji, co-Editors in Chief of Biomaterials Science, this issue highlights the exciting and important work being carried out by some of the most talented up-and-coming researchers in the field.  Read more about the issue in the Editorial.

Here is a sample of the reviews, communications and papers that feature in the Emerging Investigators themed issue:

On the cover

Fabrication of zeolite–polymer composite nanofibers for removal of uremic toxins from kidney failure patients Koki Namekawa, Makoto Tokoro Schreiber, Takao Aoyagi and Mitsuhiro Ebara 

 
Review
Smart hydrogels as functional biomimetic systems Han L. Lim, Yongsung Hwang, Mrityunjoy Kar and Shyni Varghese 
 
Minireviews
Peptoids for biomaterials science King Hang Aaron Lau 
 
Communications
 
Hyaluronic acid hydrogel stiffness and oxygen tension affect cancer cell fate and endothelial sprouting Yu-I Shen, Hasan E. Abaci, Yoni Krupski, Lien-Chun Weng, Jason A. Burdick and Sharon Gerecht
 
Papers
Translocation of flexible polymersomes across pores at the nanoscale Carla Pegoraro, Denis Cecchin, Jeppe Madsen, Nicholas Warren, Steven P. Armes, Sheila MacNeil, Andrew Lewis and Giuseppe Battaglia
 
Structural reinforcement of cell-laden hydrogels with microfabricated three dimensional scaffolds Chaenyung Cha, Pranav Soman, Wei Zhu, Mehdi Nikkhah, Gulden Camci-Unal, Shaochen Chen and Ali Khademhosseini
 
Integrative and comparative analysis of coiled-coil based marine snail egg cases – a model for biomimetic elastomers Paul A. Guerette, Gavin Z. Tay, Shawn Hoon, Jun Jie Loke, Arif F. Hermawan, Clemens N. Z. Schmitt, Matthew J. Harrington, Admir Masic, Angelo Karunaratne, Himadri S. Gupta, Koh Siang Tan, Andreas Schwaighofer, Christoph Nowak and Ali Miserez
 
 
Molecular farming of fluorescent virus-based nanoparticles for optical imaging in plants, human cells and mouse models S. Shukla, C. Dickmeis, A. S. Nagarajan, R. Fischer, U. Commandeur and N. F. Steinmetz 
 
More papers from the themed issue can be downloaded here.
 
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