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Research on Nano-sized Polymers Reveals Thermal-related Transitions
Posted: October 6, 2010
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In related work, for instance, as previously reported, during the International Federation of the Societies of Cosmetic Chemists (IFSCC) Conference held in 2009, Robert Lochhead, PhD (University of Southern Mississippi) described an investigation into whether macromolecules could be designed to fit into intercellular spaces and de concluded that under the right conditions, they could. After his presentation, one attendee asked whether these materials could be applied in antiaging applications. “Can you use the polymers, [for example], to fit into the spaces of skin, to remove wrinkles?” While Lochhead replied, “I’m just the chemist. The rest is up to you guys,” attendees of the event found this to be an interesting concept.