Liquid crystals, how they can be applied in biology

We all know liquid crystals as they are used in mobile phone screens. These materials are a state of matter between a solid crystal and an isotropic liquid that makes them very complex but also chemically very interesting.


Due to their nature, they find many different applications in organic electronics, biotechnology, but also in biology, food chemistry and pharmacology. Find out all potential applications of liquid crystals in this interesting review:

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