A team from China explore the romantic side of materials science
A new technique for treating diabetic wounds.
A new take on light driven chemical reactions.
The mechanisms at play in shellfish allergies are put under the grill.
A recent paper describes improvements to a system that isolates circulating tumor cells from healthy cells in the blood using acoustic waves.
Biodegradeable medical devices made from wax might one day remove the need for surgical implant removal.
The complex structure of the fish iris is investigated.
A new inhibitor of glutamate transporter enzymes can be turned ‘on’ and ‘off’ using different wavelengths of light.
A technique using gold nanoparticles and laser pulses can successfully destroy retinoblastoma cells.
Materials science meets Mills and Boon.