Just a quick post to note that a new review article from the group, “Colloid-matrix assemblies in regenerative medicine”, appeared online today in Current Opinion in Colloid and Interface Science.  The paper is essentially a short discussion of the extracellular matrix, its properties, and how one might recapitulate its function by using colloidal particles as modifiers.  The vision for this and the writing efforts were split between Kim Clarke from our group, and Alison Douglas from the Barker lab, with Dr. Ashley Brown offering additional insight and ideas in the paper’s construction.  Check it out – any comments/thoughts on the subject are certainly welcome.