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A paper from Dr. Sudipta Seal’s research group, along with collaborators from the University of Kent, graces the December cover of ChemPlusChem.

According to Dr. Seal, the group “focuses on finding out the fundamental properties of various nanostructured materials. We do not restrict ourselves to one particular area, but instead cover a wide range of topics including nano-bio system development, nanostructure sensor systems for chemical and biological detection, plasma-based nano manufacturing, electrochemistry of nanomaterials, high-temperature and high-pressure corrosion, nano-energetic materials, atomic simulation, and rare-earth oxide nanostructures for biomedical applications. We are also working on the fundamental mechanism of the nanoparticle–cell interaction in a dynamic cell environment.”

Read the article from Wiley Online Library.