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Supramolecular Photoactivatable Anticancer Hydrogels
Newton Fellow V. Venkatesh and co-workers from the Sadler group just published their work on a new way to deliver photoactivatable anticancer drugs by incorporation into hydrogels.
The group’s ongoing efforts might prove to be seminal for the development of metal-based photoactivatable topical agents for the treatment of lung, oesophageal and other accessible cancers.
Several studentship opportunities for PhD study are available in the Chemistry Department of Warwick University.
Ross Jaggers and Stefan Bon from BonLab report in Materials Horizons the fabrication of hydrogel objects which can be individually programmed to uniquely respond to a shared external trigger, and have the ability to communicate with one another when in proximety.