By understanding the principles of scarless healing in a fetus, perhaps we could achieve scarless healing in mature, born humans.
Biomaterials are engineered to improve the safety and efficacy of current cancer immunotherapies.
In their review in BioEssays, Jean Peccoud and colleagues discuss the challenges and prospects of analyzing horizontal transfer of transposable elements on a large scale.
Local control of pens in a large-scale pen array can be achieved by using a nanotube composite that is photo-responsive to fabricate each individual pen.
Human microbiota, blood group antigens, and disease, a look at the ways that microbiota interact with the human body.
New transport system is pledging to boosts overall equipment effectiveness
A simple, robust, and versatile way of molding all-liquid objects with potential applications in materials and life sciences.
Kawasaki announced the launch of a new robot system that reproduces the movements of expert engineers through remote collaboration.
Researchers report a ferroelectric tunnel junction for organic-based memristors having a record-high tunneling electroresistance (TER) at room temperature, which could ensure large data integration density in computers.
Researchers from INST present various functional materials that have recently emerged as candidates for rewritable paper.
Resolving these scale-dependent processes is important for predicting, preventing, or mitigating environmental changes that may influence patterns of surface water chemistry within river systems.
A team of researchers from Macquarie University, the University of Queensland and Sugar Research Australia has undertaken a comprehensive review of scientific studies on how climate change impacts sugarcane production
Esteemed experts contributed review articles on modelling and simulation of blast furnace, electric arc furnace, decarbonisation processes, continuous casting, ingot casting, electro-slag remelting, and galvanizing operations.