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KEY PUBLICATIONS

Multifunctional Material Building Block from Plant Pollen

Zhou C, Deng J, Hao TJ, Basu S, Yang J, Li J, Yang C, Zhao Z and Cho NJ

Annual Review of Chemical and Biomolecular Engineering. Vol 15, In Press

289

Directional, Silanized Plant Based Sponge for Oil Collection

Kim J, Deng J, Cho NJ*, Han SM*

Adv. Funct. Mater.2024, 2313808

288

Interindividual- and Blood-Correlated Sweat Phenylalanine Multimodal Analytical Biochips for Tracking Exercise Metabolism

Zhong B, Qin X, Xu H, Liu L, Li L, Li Z, Cao L, Lou Z, Jackman JA, Cho NJ, Wang L*

Nature Communications volume 15, Article number: 624 (2024)

287

Versatile Agar-Zwitterion Hybrid Hydrogels for Temperature Self-Sensing and Electro-Responsive Actuation

Yang J, Huang W, Peng K, Cheng Z, Lin L, Yuan J, Sun Y*, Cho NJ*

(* denotes equal corresponding authors)

Adv. Funct. Mater.2024, 2313725

286

2023 - 2018

Cholesterol-Enriched Hybrid Lipid Bilayer Formation on Inverse Phosphocholine Lipid-Functionalized Titanium Oxide Surfaces

Sut TN, Jackman JA*, Cho NJ*

(* denotes equal corresponding authors)

Biomimetics 2023, 8(8), 588

285

Strategies for lactase immobilization and delivery to relieve lactose intolerance

Deng Z, Deng Q, Li B, Li J, Jung S**, Cho NJ***, Liang H*

(* denotes corresponding authors)

Trends in Food Science & Technology 143 (2024) 104244

284

Controlling molecular self-assembly of inverse-phosphocholine lipids at oxide interfaces with divalent cations

Sut TN,  Park S, Jackman JA**, Cho NJ**

(** denotes equal corresponding authors)

Applied Materials Today 35 (2023) 101953

283

Interfacial Approach to Fabricate Covalently and Noncovalently Attached Inverse-Phosphocholine Supported Lipid Bilayers on TiO2 and SiO2 Surfaces

Sut TN,  Meker S, Koo DJ, Jackman JA**, Cho NJ**

(** denotes equal corresponding authors)

Journal of Industrial and Engineering Chemistry Volume 128, 25 December 2023, Pages 235-244

282

Lipid Membrane Remodeling by the Micellar Aggregation of Long-Chain Unsaturated Fatty Acids for Sustainable Antimicrobial Strategies

Shin SM*, Tae H*, Park S, Cho NJ

(* denotes equal first authors)

International Journal of Molecular Sciences 2023; 24(11), 9639.

Special Issue on Microbial Lipids: Production, Characterization and Applications.

281

pH-Modulated Nanoarchitectonics for Enhancement of Multivalency-Induced Vesicle Shape Deformation at Receptor-Presenting Lipid Membrane Interfaces

Hyeonjin Park, Sut TN, Abdul Rahim Ferhan AR, Yoon BK, Zhdanov VP, Cho NJ*, and Jackman JA*

Langmuir 2023, 39, 23, 8297–8305.

280

Lipid Membrane Interface Viewpoint: From Viral Entry to Antiviral and Vaccine Development

Park S and Cho NJ

Langmuir 2023, 39, 1, 1–11.

279

Optimizing Plasmonic Gold Nanorod Deposition on Glass Surfaces for High-Sensitivity Refractometric Biosensing

Hwang Y*, Koo DJ*, Abdul Rahim Ferhan AR, Sut TN, Yoon BK, Cho NJ**, and Jackman JA**

(* denotes equal first authors, ** denotes equal corresponding authors)

Nanomaterials 2022, 12(19), 3432.

278

Unraveling How Cholesterol Affects Multivalency-Induced Membrane Deformation of Sub-100 nm Lipid Vesicles

Park H, Sut TN, Yoon BK, Zhdanov VP, Cho NJ*, and Jackman JA*

Langmuir, 2022, 38, 51, 15950–15959.

277

Preparing for tomorrow with materials today

Cho NJ

Materials Today, 2022, Volume 61, December 2022, Pages 1-3.

276

Artificial Cell Membrane Platforms by Solvent-Assisted Lipid Bilayer (SALB) Formation

Tae H, Yang C, and Cho NJ (* denotes equal corresponding authors)

Accounts of Materials Research, 2022, 3(12), 1272-1284

275

Pollen-Based Magnetic Microrobots are Mediated by Electrostatic Forces to Attract, Manipulate, and Kill Cancer Cells.

Mayorga-Martinez CC, Fojtů M, Vyskočil J, Cho NJ, and Pumera M

Advanced Functional Materials, 2022: 2207272.

274

Topography-Supported Nanoarchitectonics of Hybrid Scaffold for Systematically Modulated Bone Regeneration and Remodeling.

Jang TS, Park SJ, Lee JE, Yang J, Park SH, Jun MBG, Kim YW, Aranas C, Choi JP, Zou Y, Advincula RC, Zheng Y, Jang HL, Cho NJ, Jung HD*, and Kim SH* (* denotes equal corresponding authors)

Advanced Functional Materials, 2022: 2206863.

273

Cover Illustration

Modulating noncovalent and covalent forces to control inverse phosphocholine lipid self-assembly on inorganic surfaces: Nanoarchitectonic design principles.

Sut TN, Ferhan AR, Park S, Koo DJ, Yoon BK, Jackman JA*, and Cho NJ* (* denotes equal corresponding authors)

Applied Materials Today, 2022, 29: 101618.

272

Plant-Based Substrate Materials for Flexible Green Electronics.

Hwang Y, Kim M K, Zhao Z, Kim B, Chang T, Fan TF, Ibrahim MSB, Suresh S*, Lee C H*, and Cho NJ* (* denotes equal corresponding authors)

Advanced Materials Technologies, 2022: 2200446.

271

Lipid Nanoparticle Technologies for Nucleic Acid Delivery: A Nanoarchitectonics Perspective.

Ferhan AR, Park S, Park H, Tae H, Jackman JA*, and Cho NJ* (* denotes equal corresponding authors)

Advanced Functional Materials, 2022: 2203669.

270

Zhao Z, Deng J, Tae H, Ibrahim MS, Suresh S*, Cho NJ*

(* denotes equal corresponding authors)

"Recyclable and Reusable Natural Plant-Based Paper for Repeated Digital Printing and Unprinting." 

Advanced Materials, 2022: 2109367.

“Pollen paper that you can print on and 'unprint'.” Nanowerk, 05 April 2022
“Scientists develop a recyclable pollen-based paper for repeated printing and ‘unprinting’.’’ News 8Plus, 05 April 2022
“Scientists develop a recyclable pollen-based paper for repeated printing and ‘unprinting’.” Tech Tropical, 05 April 2022
“Scientists develop a recyclable pollen-based paper for repeat printing.” Techno Grafy, 05 April 2022

“Pollen paper that you can print on and ‘unprint’.” ApkPart, 05 April 2022

“Scientists Develop A Recyclable Pollen-Based Paper For Repeated Printing And ‘Unprinting’ — ScienceDaily.” Verve Times, 05 April 2022

“novel!Reusable "pollen paper" to protect information security.” INFNews, 08 April 2022
“NTU scientists say their eco-friendly reusable pollen-based paper could be alternative to conventional paper.” Today online, 05 April 2022
“Scientists develop a recyclable pollen-based paper for repeated printing and ‘unprinting’.” Fooshya, 05 April 2022
“Scientists develop paper from sunflower pollen that can be ‘printed’ and reused – DesignTAXI.com.” BusinessNews, 6 April 2022
“Scientists Develop A Recyclable Pollen-Based Paper For Repeated Printing And ‘Unprinting’. "The PN, 5 April 2022
“Recyclable pollen-based paper for repeated printing and ‘unprinting’.” Innovations Report, 5 April 2022
“Scientists develop a recyclable pollen-based paper for repeated printing and ‘unprinting’.” Today Headline, 6 April 2022
“3 BRILLIANT MINUTES: Paper from pollen.” Wbay, 7 April 2022
“Pollen paper that you can print on and ‘unprint’.” NTU, 5 April 2022
“Pollen-based paper can be ‘unprinted’. ” The Engineer, 8 April 2022
“NTU scientists develop pollen-based paper that can be reused several times.” CNA, 6 April 2022
“NTU scientists say their eco-friendly reusable pollen-based paper could be alternative to conventional paper.” Head Topics, 5 April 2022
“Sunflower pollen used to create chemically erasable, rewritable paper.” New Atlas, 5 April 2022
“Scientists develop a recyclable pollen-based paper for repeated printing and ‘unprinting’.” Science Daily, 5 April 2022
“Scientists develop a recyclable pollen-based paper for repeated printing and 'unprinting'.” Tech Xplore, 5 April 2022
“花粉から「再利用可能な」紙を開発 シンガポールの研究者が発表.” Sputnik (Japan), 7 April 2022
“L’incredibile carta al polline di girasole che si stampa, de-stampa, ristampa.” Futuro Prossimo(Italy),7 April 2022
“南大研究团队研发可多次重复使用的花粉纸。” 8 word, 5 April 2022
“꽃가루로 만든 종이에 인쇄하고, 지우고, 재사용한다” ZDNetKorea, 6 April 2022
“봄철 불청객 꽃가루… 친환경 종이로 ‘화려한 변신’”. 매경헬스, 5 April 2022
“조남준 교수, 친환경 종이로 변신한 꽃가루… 컬러인쇄하고 지우고 8번 재사용”. 서울경제, 6 April 2022

269

Deng J*, Ibrahim MSB*, Tan LY*, Xin YY, Lee YA, Park SJ, Wüstefeld T, Park JW, Jung S**, Cho NJ**

(* denotes equal first authors, ** denotes equal corresponding authors)

"Microplastics released from food containers can suppress lysosomal activity in mouse macrophages." 

Journal of Hazardous Materials, 2022: 128980.

268

Shi Q, Ibrahim MSB, Zhang X, Hwang Y, Chin H, Chen S, Tan WS, Li H, Song J*, Cho NJ*

(* denotes equal corresponding authors)

"Unraveling  the  distinct  germination  processes  of  sporopollenin-based  pollen  grains  and  spores  through  morphological  analyses  upon  natural  nano-architectonics  process." 

Applied Materials Today, 2022, 27:101471.

267

Tae H*, Park S*, Kim SO, Avsar SY, Cho NJ

(* denotes equal first authors)

"Selective Recognition of Phosphatidylinositol Phosphate Receptors by C-Terminal Tail of Mitotic Kinesin-like Protein 2 (MKlp2)." 

The Journal of Physical Chemistry B, 2022.

266

Meker S, Halevi O, Chin H, Sut TN, Jackman JA, Tan EL, Potroz MG, Cho NJ

"Inkjet-Printed Phospholipid Bilayers on Titanium Oxide Surfaces: Towards Functional Membrane Biointerfaces." 

Membranes, 2022, 12 (4): 361.

265

Sut TN*, Tan SW*, Jeon WY, Yoon BK**, Cho NJ**, Jackman JA**

(* denotes equal first authors, ** denotes equal corresponding authors)

"Streamlined Fabrication of Hybrid Lipid Bilayer Membranes on Titanium Oxide Surfaces: A Comparison of One- and Two-Tail SAM Molecules." 

Nanomaterials, 2022, 12 (7): 1153.

264

Park H, Sut TN, Yoon BK, Zhdanov VP, Kim JW, Cho NJ*, Jackman JA*

(* denotes equal corresponding authors)

"Multivalency-Induced Shape Deformation of Nanoscale Lipid Vesicles: Size-Dependent Membrane Bending Effects." 

The Journal of Physical Chemistry Letters, 2022, 13: 1480-1488.

263

Xu H, Tae H, Cho NJ*, Huang C*, Hsia KJ*

(* denotes equal corresponding authors)

"Thermodynamic Modeling of Solvent-Assisted Lipid Bilayer Formation Process." 

Micromachines, 2022, 13 (1): 134.

262

Hwang Y, Ferhan AR, Yoon BK, Sut TN, Jeon WY, Koo DJ, Jackman JA*, Cho NJ*

(* denotes equal corresponding authors)

"Surface Engineering of Plasmonic Gold Nanoisland Platforms for High-sensitivity Refractometric Biosensing Applications." 

Applied Materials Today, 2021: 101280.

260

Zhao Z, Kumar J, Hwang Y, Deng J, Ibrahim MSB, Huang C, Suresh S*, Cho NJ*

(* denotes equal corresponding authors)

"Digital Printing of Shape-Morphing Natural Materials." 

PNAS, 2021, 118 (43).

 

259

Chng CP, Cho NJ, Hsia KJ*, Huang C*.

(* denotes equal corresponding authors)

"Role of Membrane Stretch in Adsorption of Antiviral Peptides onto Lipid Membranes and Membrane Pore Formation.

Langmuir, 2021. 

258

Sut TN, Yoon BK, Jeon WY, Jackman JA*, Cho NJ*

(* denotes equal corresponding authors)

"Supported Lipid Bilayer Coatings: Fabrication, Bioconjugation, and Diagnostic Applications.

Applied Materials Today, 2021, 25:101183.

257

Chen S, Shi Q, Jang T, Ibrahim MSB, Deng J, Ferracci G, Tan WS, Cho NJ*, Song J*.

Cover Illustration

(* denotes equal corresponding authors)

"Engineering Natural Pollen Grains as Multifunctional 3D Printing Materials.

Advanced Functional Materials, 2021, 2106276.

 
 

‘’Scientists turn pollen into 3D printing ink for biomedical applications.’’  Science Dail,  25 Aug 2021 

‘’3D printing powered by pollen for tissue engineering and drug delivery.’’ Genetic Engineering & Biotechnology News, 25 Aug 2021

‘’Scientists make ink for 3D printing from pollen.” Advanced Science News, 26 Aug 2021

"Sunflower pollen used as 3D-printable bio-ink.” 3D Natives, 27 Aug 2021

“Pollen developed into 3D printing Ink for biomedical applications.” 3D Printing Progress, 27 Aug 2021

“NTU Singapore scientists turn pollen into 3D printing ink for biomedical applications.” Mirage News, 26 Aug 2021

“Using pollen for 3D printing.” Mirage News, 26 Aug 2021

“Sunflower pollen may find use in a better, stronger 3D-bioprinting ink.” New Atlas, 25 Aug 2021

“Pollen-based bioink heralds new potential for bioprinting drugs.” 3D Print, 30 Aug 2021

“S. Korean scientists develop 3D printing ink from sunflower pollen.” EconoTimes, 1 Sept 2021

“Singapore turns pollen into 3D printing ink for biomedical applications.” BioSpectrum, 26 Aug 2021

“Sunflower pollen may be the answer to high-quality 3D printing ink.” European Pharmaceutical Review, 26 Aug 2021

“Unique pollen-based 3d printing material shows biomedical potential.” 3D Printing Industry, 26 Aug 2021

“Korean scientists develop 3D printing ink material using sunflower pollen.” The Korea Bizwire, 31 Aug 2021

“Turning pollen into 3D printing ink for biomedical applications.” Verve Times, 25 Aug 2021

“Sunflower pollen makes viable 3D bioprinting ink.” The Engineer, 25 Aug 2021

“NTU Singapore scientists turn pollen into 3D printing ink for biomedical applications.” CIO Economic Times, 26 Aug 2021

“Pollen-based ink may improve biomedical 3d printing, enhance drug delivery platforms.” ZNews Pro, 27 Aug 2021

“Turning sunflower pollen into 3D bioprinting ink.” Engineering 360, 26 Aug 2021

“Unique pollen-based 3D printing material shows biomedical potential.” Dani3D, 30 Aug 2021

“3D printing powered by pollen for tissue engineering and drug delivery.” MashupMD, 26 Aug 2021

“Scientists make ink for 3D printing from pollen.” Printing Objects, 26 Aug 2021

“3D printing with sunflower pollen, a new solution for the world of medicine.” GeaRXNews, 26 Aug 2021

“3D printing powered by pollen for tissue engineering and drug delivery ” 3DPrbites, 27 Aug 2021

“Pollen-based ink may improve biomedical 3D printing, enhance drug delivery platforms.” Zenger, 26 Aug 2021

“Turn pollen into 3D printing ink for biomedical applications.” 3D Printing Today, 26 Aug 2021

“Sunflower pollen could provide tougher 3D-bioprinting ink.” The Optimist Daily, 1 Sept 2021

“New 3D Printing Ink Material from Pollen.” The India News Republic, 27 Aug 2021

“Pollen-Based Ink May Improve Biomedical 3D Printing, Enhance Drug Delivery Platforms.” Opera News, 27 Aug 2021

“Sunflower pollen may be used in better, more powerful 3D bioprinting inks.” Fuentitech, 30 Aug 2021

“Turning pollen into 3D printing ink for biomedical applications.” Sciencia, 25 Aug 2021

“Turning flowers into printer ink? Yes, it’s happening now.” Castleink, 29 Aug 2021

"Sunflower pollen may find use in a higher, stronger 3D-bioprinting ink.” USA News Lab, 25 Aug 2021

“Pollen-based ink may improve biomedical 3D printing, enhance drug delivery platforms.” Spot on Florida, 26 Aug 2021

“科学家将向日葵花粉用于更好、更强的3D生物打印墨水中.” 新浪科技 (China),26 Aug 2021

“有'香味'的 3D 打印墨水来了:科学家将花粉制造成生物印刷油墨.“ 贤集网 (China), 26 Aug 2021

“科学家将向日葵花粉用于更好、更强的3D生物打印墨水中.” cnBeta (China), 26 Aug 2021

“工程天然花粉粒作为多功能 3D 打印材料.” X-MOL (China), 25 Aug 2021

“3D打印新闻精选:日本研究人员正在研发3D打印的牛肉.” 知乎专栏 (China),27 Aug 2021

“科學家將向日葵花粉用於更好、更強的3D生物打印墨水中.” 每日头条 (China), 26 Aug 2021

“科学家将花粉变成用于生物医学应用的3D打印墨水.” 中华环保宣传网 (China), 27 Aug 2021

“《AFM》3D列印墨水结合向日葵花粉,稳定维持生物模型结构.” 环球生技 (China), 27 Aug 2021

“科學家將向日葵花粉用於更好、更強的3D生物列印墨水中.” XOER (China), 27 Aug 2021

“'해바라기 꽃가루' 이용해 3D프린터로 의료 소재 찍어낸다.” Donga Science (South Korea), 29 Aug 2021

“한인 과학자들, 꽃가루 이용한 3D 프린터 잉크 재료 개발.” Donga Science (South Korea), 27 Aug 2021

“‘식물의 다이아몬드’ 꽃가루로 의료용 소재 찍어낸다.” Chosun Media (South Korea), 29 Aug 2021

“한인 과학자들, 꽃가루 이용한 3D 프린터 잉크 재료 개발.” Yonhap News (South Korea), 27 Aug 2021

“한인 과학자들, 꽃가루 이용한 3D 프린터 잉크 재료 개발.” MBN (South Korea), 27 Aug 2021

“한인 과학자들, 꽃가루 이용한 3D 프린터 잉크 재료 개발.” Hankyung (South Korea), 27 Aug 2021

“해바라기 꽃가루를 생체의학 도구로 쓸 방법 찾았다.” EDaily (South Korea), 27 Aug 2021

“꽃가루 이용해 친환경 3D 프린팅 잉크 개발한다.” HelloDD (South Korea), 29 Aug 2021

“한인 과학자들, 꽃가루 이용한 3D 프린터 잉크 재료 개발.” RadioKorea (South Korea), 27 Aug 2021

“한인 과학자들, 꽃가루 이용한 3D 프린터 잉크 재료 개발.” The Science Times (South Korea), 30 Aug 2021

“꽃가루 이용한 3D 프린터 잉크 재료 개발.” The Radio News (South Korea), 28 Aug 2021

256

Tan JYB*, Yoon BK*, Cho NJ, Lovrić J, Jug M, Jackman JA.

(* denotes equal first authors)

"Lipid Nanoparticle Technology for Delivering Biologically Active Fatty Acids and Monoglycerides.

International Journal of Molecular Sciences, 2021, 22 (18), 9664

255

Yoon BK, Sut TN, Yoo KY, Lee SH, Hwang Y, Jackman JA*, Cho NJ*

(* denotes equal corresponding authors)

"Lipid Bilayer Coatings for Rapid Enzyme-Linked Immunosorbent Assay.

Applied Materials Today 2021, 24: 101128. 

253

Yoon BK, Tae H, Jackman JA, Guha S, Kagan CR, Margenot AJ, Rowland DL, Weiss PS, Cho NJ

"Entrepreneurial Talent Building for 21st Century Agricultural Innovation.

ACS Nano 2021, 15, 7: 10748-10758. 

 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 

252

Park H*, Sut TN*, Yoon BK, Zhdanov VP, Cho NJ**, Jackman JA** 

(* denotes equal first authors, ** denotes equal corresponding authors)

"Unraveling How Multivalency Triggers Shape Deformation of Sub-100 nm Lipid Vesicles.

Journal of Physical Chemistry Letters, 2021, 12: 6722-6729.

 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 

251

Wang N, Ferhan AR, Yoon BK, Jackman JA*, Cho NJ*, Majima T* 

(* denotes equal corresponding authors)

"Chemical Design Principles of Next-Generation Antiviral Surface Coatings.

Chemical Society Reviews, 2021, 50, 9741 - 9765. 

 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 

250

Ma GJ, Yoon BK, Sut TN, Yoo KY, Lee SH, Jeon WY, Jackman JA*, Ariga K*, Cho NJ* 

(* denotes equal corresponding authors)

"Lipid Coating Technology: A Potential Solution to Address the Problem of Sticky Containers and Vanishing Drugs.

View, 2021: 20200078.

 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 

249

Yoon BK*, Ma GJ*, Park H, Ferhan AR, Cho NJ**, Jackman JA**

(* denotes equal first authors, ** denotes equal corresponding authors)

"Solvent-induced conformational tuning of lysozyme protein adlayers on silica surfaces: A QCM-D and LSPR study.

International Journal of Biological Macromolecules, 2021, 182: 1906-1914. 

 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 

248

Hwang Y, Sadhu A, Shin S, Leow SW, Zhao Z, Deng J, Jackman JA, Kim M, Wong LH*, Cho NJ*

(* denotes equal corresponding authors)

"An intrinsically micro/nano-structured pollen substrate with tunable optical properties for optoelectronic applications.

Advanced Materials, 2021: 2100566.

 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 

247

Ferhan AR, Hwang Y, Ibrahim MSB, Anand S, Kim A, Jackman JA*, Cho NJ*

(* denotes equal corresponding authors)

"Ultrahigh surface sensitivity of deposited gold nanorod arrays for nanoplasmonic biosensing.

Applied Materials Today, 2021, 23: 101046.

 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 

246

Wynendaele E, Ma GJ, Xu X, Cho NJ*, De Spiegeleer B*

(* denotes equal corresponding authors)

"Conformational stability as a quality attribute for the cell therapy raw material human serum albumin." 

RSC Advances, 2021, 11, 15332-15339

 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 

245

Elie Dolgin

"The race for antiviral drugs to beat COVID — and the next pandemic.

Nature 2021, 592, 340-343.

Highlighted Engineering in Translational  Science Technology and interview in Professor Cho.

 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 

244

Ma GJ, Zhdanov VP, Park S, Sut TN, Cho NJ

Cover Illustration

"Mechanistic Aspects of the Evolution of 3D Cholesterol Crystallites in a Supported Lipid Membrane via Quartz Crystal Microbalance with Dissipation Monitoring." 

Langmuir 2021, 37 (15), 4562-4570. 

 
 
 

243

Jackman JA*, Yoon BK*, Mokrzecka N, Kohli GS, Valle-González ER, Zhu X, Pumera M, Rice SA, Cho NJ

(* denotes equal first authors)

"Graphene Oxide Mimics Biological Signaling Cue to Rescue Starving Bacteria." 

Advanced Functional Materials 2021, 2102328. 

 
 

242

Hwang Y*, Ibrahim MSB*, Deng J, Jackman JA**, Cho NJ**

(* denotes equal first authors, ** denotes equal corresponding authors)

"Colloid-Mediated Fabrication of a Three-Dimensional Pollen Sponge for Oil Remediation Applications.

Advanced Functional Materials 2021, 2101091. 

‘’Biodegradable plant-pollen sponges could soak up oil spills.’’ New Atlas, 7 Apr 2021

‘’Scientists develop eco-friendly pollen sponge to tackle water contaminants.’’ EurekAlert!, 7 Apr 2021

‘’Scientists develop eco-friendly pollen sponge to tackle water contaminants.’’ Scienmag, 7 Apr 2021

‘’Scientists develop eco-friendly pollen sponge to tackle water contaminants.’’ ScienceDaily, 7 Apr 2021

‘’NTU and South Korean researchers create eco-friendly pollen sponge to tackle oil spills.’’ The Straits Times, 7 Apr 2021

‘’New pollen sponge could tackle water contaminants.’’ The Engineer, 7 Apr 2021

‘’Biodegradable plant-pollen sponges could soak up oil spills.’’ USA News Lab, 7 Apr 2021 

‘’Singapore and South Korea scientists develop pollen sponge that could tackle marine oil spills.’’ Applied HE, 8 Apr 2021 

‘’Scientists develop eco-friendly pollen sponge to tackle water contaminants.’’ Phys.org, 7 Apr 2021

‘’NTU scientists create biodegradable & low-cost sponge made from sunflower pollen.’’ Mothership, 8 Apr 2021

‘’Tackling marine oil spills with pollen sponge.’’ NTU, 7 Apr 2021

‘’Scientists led by NTU Singapore create pollen sponge that can tackle oil spills.’’ NTUsg, 7 Apr 2021

‘’南大研究人员研发由花粉制成可循环使用海绵.’’ 8 world (Singapore), 7 Apr 2021

‘’新韩研发可生物降解海绵, 或解决海洋石油污染问题.’’8 world (Singapore), 7 Apr 2021

‘’解决海绵石油污染: 新韩研发可生物降解海绵.‘‘ Sinchew (Singapore), 7 Apr 2021

‘’采摘向日葵花粉南大研发吸污油海绵.’’ Lianhe Zaobao (Singapore), 8 Apr 2021

‘’科学家开发可生物降解的植物花粉海绵 可吸收溢油.’’ cnBeta (China), 8 Apr 2021

 
 

241

Jackman JA, Gentile DA, Cho NJ, Park Y. 

 

"Addressing the Digital Skills Gap for Future Education.

Nature Human Behaviour, 2021, 5(5), 542-545.

240

Sut TN*, Valle-González ER*, Yoon BK*, Park S, Jackman JA**, Cho NJ**

(* denotes equal first authors, ** denotes equal corresponding authors)

"Engineered Lipid Bicelle Nanostructures for Membrane-Disruptive Antibacterial Applications.

Applied Materials Today 2021, 22: 100947.

239

Park H, Ma GJ, Yoon BK, Cho NJ*, Jackman JA*

(* denotes equal corresponding authors)

"Comparing Protein Adsorption onto Alumina and Silica Nanomaterial Surfaces: Clues for Vaccine Adjuvant Development."

Langmuir 2021, 37 (3), 1306-1314

238

Park S, Sut TN, Ma GJ, Parikh A, Cho NJ

"Crystallization of Cholesterol in Phospholipid Membranes Follows Ostwald's Rule of Stages."

Journal of the American Chemical Society 2020, 142 (52), 21872-21882

237

Yoon BK, Jeon WY, Sut TN, Cho NJ*, Jackman JA*

 

(* denotes equal corresponding authors)

"Stopping Membrane-Enveloped Viruses with Nanotechnology Strategies:
Towards Antiviral Drug Development and Pandemic Preparedness
."

ACS Nano 2020, 15(1): 125-148.

 

236

Lai HY, Setyawati M, Ferhan AR, Divakarla S, Chua HM, Cho NJ, Chrzanowski W, Ng KW

"Self-Assembly of Solubilized Human Hair Keratins."

ACS Biomaterials Science & Engineering 2021, 7 (1), 83-89

235

Niu XM, Ferracci G, Lin M, Rong XN, Zhu MX, Cho NJ*, Lee BH*

 

(* denotes equal corresponding authors)

"Highly Substituted Decoupled Gelatin Methacrylamide Free of Hydrolabile Methacrylate Impurities: An Optimum Choice for Long-Term Stability and Cytocompatibility." 

International Journal of Biological Macromolecules 2020, 167, 479-490.

234

Yoon BK*, Lim ZY*, Jeon WY, Cho NJ, Kim JH, Jackman JA

 

(* denotes equal first authors)

"Medicinal Activities and Nanomedicine Delivery Strategies for Brucea javanica Oil and Its Molecular Components." 

Molecules 2020, 25(22), 5414.

233

Yoon BK, Park H, Zhdanov VP, Jackman JA*, Cho NJ*

 

(* denotes equal corresponding authors)

"Real-Time Nanoplasmonic Sensing of Three-Dimensional Morphological Changes
in a Supported Lipid Bilayer and Antimicrobial Testing Applications
." 

Biosensors and Bioelectronics 2020; 112768.

232

Jackman JA*, Yoon BK, Ouyang L, Wang N, Ferhan AR, Kim J*, Majima T*, Cho NJ*

 

(* denotes equal corresponding authors)

"Biomimetic Nanomaterial Strategies for Virus Targeting: Antiviral Therapies and Vaccines." 

Advanced Functional Materials 2020; 2008352.

231

Belling JN, Heidenreich LK, Park JH, Kawakami LM, Takahashi J, Frost IM, Gong Y, Young TD, Jackman JA, Jonas SJ*, Cho NJ*, Weiss PS*

 

(* denotes equal corresponding authors)

"Lipid-Bicelle-Coated Microfluidics for Intracellular Delivery with Reduced Fouling." 

ACS Applied  Materials & Interfaces 2020; 12, 45744-45752.

230

 Park JH, Jackman JA, Ferhan AR, Belling JN, Mokrzecka N, Weiss PS*, Cho NJ*

 

(* denotes equal corresponding authors)

"Cloaking Silica Nanoparticles with Functional Protein Coatings for Reduced Complement Activation and Cellular Uptake." 

ACS Nano 2020; 14, 9, 11950-11961.

229

Sut TN, Yoon BK, Park S, Jackman JA*, Cho NJ*

 

(* denotes equal corresponding authors)

"Versatile Formation of Supported Lipid Bilayers from Bicellar Mixtures of Phospholipids and Capric Acid." 

Scientific Reports 2020; 10, 13849.

228

Ma GJ, Ferhan AR, Jackman JA*, Cho NJ*

 

(* denotes equal corresponding authors)

"Elucidating How Different Amphipathic Stabilizers Affect BSA Protein Conformational Properties and Adsorption Behavior." 

Langmuir 2020; 36, 10606-10614.

227

Ma GJ, Ferhan AR, Jackman JA*, Cho NJ*

 

(* denotes equal corresponding authors)

"Conformational Flexibility of Fatty Acid-Free Bovine Serum Albumin Proteins Enables Superior Antifouling Coatings.

Nature Communications Materials 2020; 1, 45.

226

Tan JYB*, Yoon BK*, Ma GJ, Sut TN, Cho NJ**, Jackman JA**

 

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"Unraveling How Ethanol-Induced Conformational Changes Affect BSA Protein Adsorption onto Silica Surfaces." 

Langmuir 2020;  36, 31, 9215–9224.

225

Ferhan AR, Yoon BK, Jeon WY, Cho NJ

 

"Biologically Interfaced Nanoplasmonic Sensors." 

Nanoscale Advances 2020; 2, 3103-3114.

224

Ma GJ, Ferhan AR, Sut TN, Jackman JA*, Cho NJ*

 

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"Understanding How Natural Sequence Variation in Serum Albumin Proteins Affects Conformational Stability and Protein Adsorption." 

Colloids and Surfaces B: Biointerfaces 2020; 194, 111194.

223

Ferhan AR*, Yoon BK*, Jeon WY, Jackman JA**, Cho NJ**

 

(* denotes equal first authors ** denotes equal corresponding authors)

"Unraveling How Nanoscale Curvature Drives Formation of Lysozyme Protein Monolayers on Inorganic Oxide Surfaces." 

Applied Materials Today 2020; 20, 100729.

222

Yoon BK, Park S, Ma GJ, Kolahdouzan K, Zhdanov VP, Jackman JA*, Cho NJ*

 

(* denotes equal corresponding authors)

"Competing Interactions of Fatty Acids and Monoglycerides Trigger Synergistic Phospholipid Membrane Remodeling." 

The Journal of Physical Chemistry Letters 2020; 11, 4951-4957.

221

Cho NJ*, Glenn JS*

 

(* denotes equal corresponding authors)

"Materials Science Approaches in the Development of Broad-Spectrum Antiviral Therapies." 

Nature Materials 2020; 19, 813–816.

220

Park S, Chin H, Hwang Y, Fan TF, Cho NJ

 

"A Facile Approach to Patterning Pollen Microparticles for In Situ Imaging." 

Applied Materials Today 2020; 20, 100702.

219

Sut TN, Park S, Yoon BK, Jackman JA*, Cho NJ*

 

(* denotes equal corresponding authors)

"Optimal Formation of Uniform-Phase Supported Lipid Bilayers from Phospholipid–Monoglyceride Bicellar Mixtures." 

Journal of Industrial and Engineering Chemistry 2020; 88, 285-291.

218

Fan TF*, Hwang Y*, Ibrahim MS, Ferracci G, Cho NJ

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"Influence of Chemical and Physical Change of Pollen Microgels on Swelling/De-swelling Behavior." 

Macromolecular Rapid Communications 2020; 2000155.

 
 

217

Sut TN, Park S, Yoon BK, Jackman JA*, Cho NJ*

 

(* denotes equal corresponding authors)

"Supported Lipid Bilayer Formation from Phospholipid-Fatty Acid Bicellar Mixtures." 

Langmuir 2020; 36, 5021-5029.

216

Valle-González ER, Jackman JA, Yoon BK, Mokrzecka N, Cho NJ

 

"pH-Dependent Antibacterial Activity of Glycolic Acid: Implications for Anti-Acne Formulations." 

Scientific Reports 2020; 10, 7491.

215

Zhao Z*, Hwang Y*, Yang Y, Fan TF, Song J**, Suresh S**, Cho NJ**

 

(* denotes equal first authors  ** denotes equal corresponding authors)

"Actuation and Locomotion Driven by Moisture in Paper Made with Natural Pollen." 

PNAS 2020; 117, 16, 8711-8718.

"Pollen-based 'paper' holds promise for new generation of natural components." EurekAlert!, 6 Apr 2020

"Pollen-based ‘paper’ holds promise for new generation of natural components, NTU Singapore scientists show." AlphaGalileo, 6 Apr 2020

"Pollen-based 'paper' holds promise for new generation of natural components." Tech Xplore, 6 Apr 2020

"Pollen-based paper shows promise for a new range of natural components." Scienmag, 6 Apr 2020

"Pollen-based 'paper' holds promise for new generation of natural components." Science Daily, 6 Apr 2020

"Pollen-based paper shows promise for a new range of natural components." News Medical, 7 Apr 2020

"Pollen-based 'paper' holds promise for new generation of natural components." Flipboard, 7 Apr 2020

"Pollen-based 'paper' holds promise for new generation of natural components." News Break, 7 Apr 2020

"Pollen-Based ‘Paper’ Holds Promise for New Generation of Natural Components." Mindzilla, 7 Apr 2020

"Pollen-based paper shows promise for a new range of natural components." AZo Materials, 7 Apr 2020

"Pollen-Based 'Paper' Holds Promise for New Natural Components." Real Clear Science, 7 Apr 2020

"Pollen-based 'Paper' Holds Promise for New Generation of Natural Components." Laboratory Equipment, 8 Apr 2020

"The potential of pollen paper." Cosmos Magazine, 9 Apr 2020

"Pollen-based ‘paper’ created by #NTUsg holds promise for new generation of natural components." NTUsg, 12 Apr 2020

"NTU scientists create paper-like material that reacts to humidity." CNA, 13 Apr 2020

"Pollen-based ‘paper’ holds promise for new generation of natural components, NTU Singapore scientists show." NTU, 13 Apr 2020

"Papel hecho de polen hecho en Singapur, el innovador material sustentable." La Verdad (Argentina), 6 Apr 2020

"Papel hecho de polen hecho en Singapur, el innovador material sustentable." Todo Diarios (Argentina), 7 Apr 2020

"Le «papier» à base de pollen promet une nouvelle génération de composants naturels." Newstrotteur (France), 6 Apr 2020

"플라스틱 팬데믹, '꽃가루'에서 대안 찾는다." Chosun Media (South Korea), 7 Apr 2020

"해바라기 꽃가루로 소프트 액추에이터 만들었다." Robot Newspaper (South Korea), 7 Apr 2020

"'Pollen-Papier' könnte Roboter antreiben." Pressetext (Germany), 8 Apr 2020

"基于花粉的'纸'有望成为新一代天然成分." Baijiahao Baidu (China), 7 Apr 2020

"Pollen-based paper for future robotic applications." Tech Explorist, 13 Apr 2020

"Papel de pólen funciona como músculo artificial." Inovação Tecnológica (Brazil), 8 Apr 2020

"有望用于制作人造肌肉和传感器等 南大利用花粉颗粒制’纸." Lianhe Zaobao (Singapore), 14 Apr 2020

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Fan TF*, Park S*, Shi Q, Zhang X, Liu Q, Song Y, Chin H, Ibrahim MS, Mokrzecka N, Yang Y, Li H**, Song J**, Suresh S**, Cho NJ**

 

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