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Cancer-derived exosomes loaded with ultrathin Palladium nanosheets for targeted bioorthogonal catalysis.

  • 27/01/2020
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The transformational impact of bioorthogonal chemistries has inspired new strategies for the in vivo synthesis of bioactive agents through non-natural means. Among these, Pd catalysts have played a prominent role in the growing subfield of bioorthogonal catalysis by producing xenobiotics and uncaging biomolecules in living systems. Full article here. NFP Research Area: nanomedicine: bio-orthogonal-catalysis-against-cancer

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Perovskite solar cells take a step forward

  • 27/01/2020
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Today’s monocrystalline silicon solar cells have their throne on the roofs of our houses. In the past decade, however, perovskite solar cells (PSCs) show impressive advances with a high power conversion efficiency (PCE) of 25.2% and low fabrication cost, which make this technology promising for further advances in decarbonization energy models. Full article here. NFP […]

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