Our paper in collaboration with Prof. Matt Dalby Lab about the "Regulation of Stem Cell Fate by Nanomaterial Substrates" has been published by "Nanomedicine" journal:
Abstract: Stem cells are increasingly studied because of their potential to underpin a range of novel therapies, including regenerative strategies, cell type-specific therapy and tissue repair, among others. Bionanomaterials can mimic the stem cell environment and modulate stem cell differentiation and proliferation. New advances in these fields are presented in this review. This work highlights the importance of topography and elasticity of the nano-/micro-environment, or niche, for the initiation and induction of stem cell differentiation and proliferation.