Read the First 10th Anniversary Reflection Article in Materials Horizons

As part of celebrating their 10th anniversaryMaterials Horizons will be publishing a series of Reflection articles from researchers who published during the first year of the journal’s existence. In these articles, researchers will reflect on their first publication in Materials Horizons and discuss how their published work has impacted the field at large, and how the field has progressed over the last decade.

The first of these articles how now been published from Prof. Vincent Rotello (University of Massachusetts Amherst), where he discusses his 2013 publication, “Protein coronas suppress the hemolytic activity of hydrophilic and hydrophobic nanoparticles.”

Click here to read Prof. Rotello’s reflections on his work from the inaugural issue of Materials Horizons, and how his exploration of nanoparticle hyodrophobicty and the role of protein coronas contributed to the field of nanomedicine.

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