Michael Greenwood

Michael Greenwood

Feature Writer

B.Sc. Chemistry, M.Sc. Drug Design and Discovery

Michael graduated from the University of Salford with a PhD in Biochemistry in 2023, and has keen research interests towards nanotechnology and its application to biological systems. Michael has written on a wide range of science communication and news topics within the life sciences and related fields since 2019, and engages extensively with current developments in journal publications.  

Articles from Michael

Graphene Oxide Therapeutics For Neurodegenerative Conditions

The Hurdles Facing Nanotechnology in the Food Industry

Curbing Antibiotic Pollution in the Environment with Nanoparticles

Using Graphene in Water Sensors to Enhance Pollution Detection

Market Report: Atomic Force Microscopy (AFM) in Nanoscience

Polymeric Nanoparticles: Properties and Applications

What is a Carbohydrate Polymer?

Trends in Nanobiomaterials

Scientists Copy Silkworms to Spin Nanofibers

Nanovaccines: From Design to Characterization

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