Consider time of day to optimize drug delivery; Academic research going unused in clinic;

> "A whole raft of academic nanotechnology research focuses on developing delivery vehicles that will never see reduction to clinical practice," says a critique of the drug delivery ecosystem in the journal Nature Biotechnology. Article

> A study in the Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences finds that due to our natural "biological clock," the time of day should be considered to optimize drug delivery. Article

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