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0510138Marc Andre MeyersUniversity of California-San DiegoMechanical Properties and Structure of Abalone: Self-Assembled Ceramic Nanostructures
0602975Himanshu JainLehigh UniversityNano-macro porous glass scaffolds show unexpected soft tissue ingrowth
0604815Challa V. KumarUniversity of ConnecticutNovel Bioactive Enzyme-DNA-Inorganic Materials
0645023Henry HessUniversity of FloridaCAREER: Simulations unravel origins of nanospool formation
0705716Yong WangUniversity of ConnecticutMultivalent "Artificial Antibody" Based on RNA/Dendrimer-Like Star Polymer Hybrid Nanomaterials
0705767Sanku V. MallikNorth Dakota State University FargoAmplified Detection of Enzyme Activity without Biological Antibodies
0706410Parkson L. ChongTemple UniversityTetraether Archaeal Liposomes: Remarkable Stability against Surfactants
0706431Qian WangUniversity South Carolina Research FoundationViruses Fall into Line: Synthesis of Composite Nanofibers by Controlled Self-assembly of Tobacco Mosaic Virus
0706647Suzie H. PunUniversity of WashingtonSpatially-controlled immobilization of polyplexes
0709938Hao YanArizona State UniversityMaterials World Network: Self-assembled DNA Nanotubes: Biomimetic Design, Controlled Surface Alignment and Templated Nanowire Formation
0710605Laurie B. GowerUniversity of FloridaMaterials World Network: Liquid Precursor Formation and Crystallization at Interfaces: Fundamentals Towards Applications
0803103Cyrus R. SafinyaUniversity of California-Santa BarbaraGel Expande - Gel Condensed Transition in Neurofilament Networks Revealed by Direct Force Measurements
0804363Gerard WongUniversity of Illinois at Urbana-ChampaignWet electrostatics in hierarchical self-assembly of biological systems
0804464Lia A. StanciuPurdue UniversityBiomagnetic Glasses:Synthesis, Characterization and Biosensors Applications
0804506Emanuela S. AndreescuClarkson UniversityCollaborative Research: Biomagnetic glasses: preparation, characterization and biosensor applications
0805176Derek M. SteinBrown UniversityControlling Single Molecules by "Free-Energy Landscaping"
0805197Jeffery L. YargerArizona State UniversityStructural NMR Studies of Spider Silk Fibers
0806859Michael J. SailorUniversity of California-San DiegoIntellectual Merit: Non-Toxic, Biocompatible Silicon "Quantum Dots" for Localized Delivery of Molecular Drug Payloads
0845592Kenichi KurodaUniversity of Michigan Ann ArborCAREER: Polymeric Frameworks for Membrane-active Antimicrobial Agents
0846363Sarah C. HeilshornStanford UniversityCAREER: Adaptable biomaterials that enable cell-induced remodeling and drug delivery
0847253Hyunjoon KongUniversity of Illinois at Urbana-ChampaignCAREER: Decoupled Control of Stiffness and Permeability of a Cell-Encapsulating Hydrogel
0847711Scott A. GuelcherVanderbilt UniversityCAREER: An Injectable Biocomposite Bone Void Filler
0901260Neer R. AsherieYeshiva UniversityRUI: Precipitant Chirality and Protein Crystallization
0906641Shaoqin GongUniversity of Wisconsin-MilwaukeeMultifunctional Unimolecular Micelles for Targeted Cancer Therapy
0906838Kimberly Hamad-SchifferliMassachusetts Institute of TechnologyEngineering nanorod surfaces
0907031Lian YuUniversity of Wisconsin-MadisonGOALI: Crystallization of Organic Glasses
0907067Elizabeth M. Cosgriff-HernandezTexas Engineering Experiment StationCell-Responsive Biomaterials as Tissue Engineering Scaffolds
0907291Wei YinOklahoma State UniversityCross-linked Aerogel, a Promising Biomaterial
0907368Alessandro GomezYale UniversityElectrospray Synthesis of Biodegradable PLGA Particles for Controlled Drug Delivery
0907428Seth FradenBrandeis UniversityBMAT: Shape Driven Self-Assembly
0907453Timothy J. DemingUniversity of California-Los AngelesMultifunctional polypeptide drug delivery vehicles
0907470Michael B. DenninUniversity of California-IrvineCollaborative Research: Mechanical Response of Biomaterials Under Compression
0907478Kristi L. KiickUniversity of DelawareMultifunctional Biomaterials from Collagen-Containing Multiblock Polymers
0907590Padmavathy RajagopalanVirginia Polytechnic Institute and State UniversitySelf Assembled Polymer Scaffolds for Liver Mimics
0907593Jincheng DuUniversity of North TexasDetermining the structure of bioactive glasses
0907619David E. CliffelVanderbilt UniversityBiomaterials Interfaces for Photoactive Proteins
0907676Ching-Hwa KiangWilliam Marsh Rice UniversityShear-Activated Molecular Glue
0909002 Andrès J. Garcia GA Tech Research Corporation - GA Institute of TechnologyMaterials World Network: Dynamic Materials with Triggerable Adhesion Motifs
0954380Nathaniel L. RosiUniversity of PittsburghCAREER: Tailoring the Structures of 1-D Nanoparticle Superstructures
0955358Yong WangUniversity of ConnecticutCAREER: Optimized Rratios of Acid-Degradability/Complexation Stability for Nonviral Gene Delivery via Acid-Transforming Polypeptide Micelles
0956091Young Jik KwonUniversity of California-IrvineCAREER: Optimized Rratios of Acid-Degradability/Complexation Stability for Nonviral Gene Delivery via Acid-Transforming Polypeptide Micelles
1004523Peter A. MichaelyUniversity of Texas Southwestern Medical Center at DallasDevelopment of Protein Nanosprings
1005766Yadong WangUniversity of PittsburghMaking positively charged polymer biocompatible
1005902Woo Young LeeStevens Institute of TechnologyInkjet-Printed Drug-Eluting Micropatterns
1006332Liviu MovileanuSyracuse UniversitySingle-Molecule Detection of Proteins


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