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Materials challenges for protection - environment and health

by Science and Technology of Advanced Materials

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Guest Editor: Harald Krug

Science and Technology of Advanced Materials (STAM) is pleased to present this 2015 focus issue on: Materials challenges for protection - environment and health.

We hope you will enjoy reading all the articles published in this issue.

Article Title Author
Focus on materials challenges for protection - environment and health Harald Krug
Material research for environmental sustainability in Thailand: current trends Panadda Niranatlumpong, Nudjarin Ramangul, Pongsak Dulyaprapan, Siriluck Nivitchanyong & Werasak Udomkitdecha
Physico-chemical properties of biodiesel manufactured from waste frying oil using domestic adsorbents Samir Abd-elmonem A Ismail & Rehab Farouk M Ali
How meaningful are risk determinations in the absence of a complete dataset? Making the case for publishing standardized test guideline and ‘no effect’ studies for evaluating the safety of nanoparticulates versus spurious ‘high effect’ results from single investigative studies David B Warheit & E Maria Donner
ATRP-based synthesis and characterization of light-responsive coatings for transdermal delivery systems Anja C Pauly, Katrin Schöller, Lukas Baumann, René M Rossi, Kathrin Dustmann, Ulrich Ziener, Damien de Courten, Martin Wolf, Luciano F Boesel & Lukas J Scherer
In vitro investigations of a novel wound dressing concept based on biodegradable polyurethane Markus Rottmar, Michael Richter, Xenia Mäder, Kathrin Grieder, Katja Nuss, Agnieszka Karol, Brigitte von Rechenberg, Erika Zimmermann, Stephan Buser, Andreas Dobmann, Jessica Blume & Arie Bruinink
Cellular uptake and cell-to-cell transfer of polyelectrolyte microcapsules within a triple co-culture system representing parts of the respiratory tract Dagmar A Kuhn, Raimo Hartmann, Kleanthis Fytianos, Alke Petri-Fink, Barbara Rothen-Rutishauser & Wolfgang J Parak
Long-term exposure of bacterial and protozoan communities to TiO2 nanoparticles in an aerobic-sequencing batch reactor Chitpisud Supha, Yuphada Boonto, Manee Jindakaraked, Jirapat Ananpattarachai & Puangrat Kajitvichyanukul
Geosynthetics in geoenvironmental engineering Werner W Müller & Fokke Saathoff
Towards sensor array materials: can failure be delayed? Samir Mekid, Nouari Saheb, Shafique M A Khan & Khurram K Qureshi
Interaction of gold nanoparticles with proteins and cells Pengyang Wang, Xin Wang, Liming Wang, Xiaoyang Hou, Wei Liu & Chunying Chen