Biomaterials research will always require a range of techniques to examine structure and function on a range of length scales and in a range of settings. Neutron scattering provides a unique way of disentangling the molecular and structural complexity of biomaterials through study of the constituent components. We examine how the technique has been used to study surface immobilized proteins and lipid films, floating lipid bilayers as mimics of in vitro planar membranes, and formation of fibres from solution by insects and spiders. © 2009 Elsevier Ltd. All rights reserved.
Clifton, L. A., Neylon, C., Terry, A. E., Dicko, I. C., & Diddens, I. A. (2009, July). Characterizing biomaterial complexity. Materials Today. https://doi.org/10.1016/S1369-7021(09)70234-2