His primary areas of investigation include Polymer chemistry, Polymer, Nanotechnology, Self-healing hydrogels and Biomedical engineering. His work carried out in the field of Polymer chemistry brings together such families of science as Acrylic acid, Polymerization, Nanoparticle, Aldehyde and Vinyl alcohol. His Polymer research incorporates themes from Elastomer, Thermal stability and Aqueous solution.
His Nanotechnology research is multidisciplinary, incorporating perspectives in Ligand and Terpyridine. His research in Self-healing hydrogels intersects with topics in Bone regeneration, Coordination complex and Bipyridine. His Biomedical engineering study focuses on Tissue engineering in particular.
His scientific interests lie mostly in Polymer chemistry, Biomedical engineering, Polymer, Chemical engineering and Hyaluronic acid. His work in Polymer chemistry addresses subjects such as Polymerization, which are connected to disciplines such as Quartz crystal microbalance. His Biomedical engineering study combines topics from a wide range of disciplines, such as In vitro, Regenerative medicine and Regeneration.
His Polymer research includes elements of Polyester and Nanotechnology. The study incorporates disciplines such as Self-healing hydrogels, Organic chemistry, Bone morphogenetic protein 2 and Biochemistry in addition to Hyaluronic acid. In his work, Biophysics is strongly intertwined with Extracellular matrix, which is a subfield of Tissue engineering.
Jöns Hilborn focuses on Self-healing hydrogels, Biomedical engineering, Hyaluronic acid, Nanotechnology and Tissue engineering. His Self-healing hydrogels study is within the categories of Chemical engineering and Polymer chemistry. His work in Polymer chemistry tackles topics such as Catalysis which are related to areas like Combinatorial chemistry.
In his research, Bone regeneration is intimately related to In vitro, which falls under the overarching field of Biomedical engineering. His work on Graphene, Nanoparticle and Colloidal gold as part of general Nanotechnology research is frequently linked to Electronics, thereby connecting diverse disciplines of science. His studies deal with areas such as Matrix, Extracellular matrix, Regenerative medicine and Scaffold as well as Tissue engineering.
Jöns Hilborn mostly deals with Self-healing hydrogels, Tissue engineering, Nanotechnology, Hyaluronic acid and Biomedical engineering. Chemical engineering covers Jöns Hilborn research in Self-healing hydrogels. Jöns Hilborn has included themes like Bladder augmentation, Biomechanics, Biophysics, Polymer chemistry and Matrix in his Tissue engineering study.
Jöns Hilborn studies Nanotechnology, focusing on Nanoparticle in particular. His Hyaluronic acid research is multidisciplinary, incorporating elements of Extracellular matrix, Biochemistry and Scaffold. The Biomedical engineering study combines topics in areas such as Regenerative medicine and Regeneration.
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Poly(lactic acid) fiber : An overview
Bhuvanesh Gupta;Nilesh Revagade;Jöns Hilborn.
Progress in Polymer Science (2007)
Poly(vinyl alcohol)-Based Hydrogels Formed by “Click Chemistry”
Dmitri A. Ossipov;Jöns Hilborn.
Plasma-induced graft polymerization of acrylic acid onto poly(ethylene terephthalate) films: characterization and human smooth muscle cell growth on grafted films.
Bhuvanesh Gupta;Christopher Plummer;Isabelle Bisson;Peter Frey.
Heavy-metal ion sensors using chitosan-capped gold nanoparticles
A. Sugunan;C. Thanachayanont;Joydeep Dutta;J. G. Hilborn.
Science and Technology of Advanced Materials (2005)
Surface modification of polyester films by RF plasma
B. Gupta;J. Hilborn;Ch. Hollenstein;C. J. G. Plummer.
Journal of Applied Polymer Science (2000)
PDMS-Based Elastomer Tuned Soft, Stretchable, and Sticky for epidermal electronics
Seung Hee Jeong;Shuo Zhang;Klas Hjort;Jöns Hilborn.
Advanced Materials (2016)
Hydrophilic Poly(dimethylsiloxane) Stamps for Microcontact Printing
C. Donzel;M. Geissler;A. Bernard;H. Wolf.
Advanced Materials (2001)
Acrylic acid grafting and collagen immobilization on poly(ethylene terephthalate) surfaces for adherence and growth of human bladder smooth muscle cells
Isabelle Bisson;Marek Kosinski;Sylvie Ruault;Bhuvanesh Gupta.
Surface-Initiated Ring-Opening Polymerization: A Versatile Method for Nanoparticle Ordering
Géraldine Carrot;Delphine Rutot-Houze;Agnès Pottier;Philippe Degee.
Bone reservoir: Injectable hyaluronic acid hydrogel for minimal invasive bone augmentation
Elena Martínez-Sanz;Dmitri A. Ossipov;Jöns Hilborn;Sune Larsson.
Journal of Controlled Release (2011)
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