Nanomedicine

Cell-to-cell communication discovery unlocks new potential

Our School’s Dr Enrico Ferrari and an international team of scientists have discovered that ‘size matters’ in cell-to-cell communication. When it comes to the mechanisms that cells use to communicate with each other, cell size really does matter, according to pioneering new nanobiotechnology research which has important implications for the...

Student wins prestigious place at conference

A Lincoln Life Sciences student was one of only two young scientists to win the prestigious British Society for Nanomedicine competition. Matthew Hockley submitted an article discussing how a combination of both nanoparticles for drug delivery and self-assembling nanotechnology could be the building blocks for a future ‘robot’ device...