Research Spotlight: How Spatiality Impacts In Silico Experiments of Nanoparticle-Cell Interactions

We are excited to announce a new paper has been published by our members at the University of Bristol. The new work shows how the choice of nanoparticle modelling framework can impact predictions of tissue penetration, focussing specifically on the role of spatial effects for nanoparticles internalised into a cell. These results are expected to be of interest, not just to the in silico community, but also to those using these models to optimise nanoparticle designs before real world validation. You can read the full article here – How Spatiality Impacts In Silico Experiments of Nanoparticle-Cell Interactions.