Living microrobots made from algae were weaponized to help fight tumors by improving the effectiveness of cancer therapies.
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Bone healing with self-aware implants
While radiographic imaging can evaluate bone healing post surgery, a smart, self-aware implant could eliminate unnecessary exposure to radiation.
Growing nerve cells: The longer the cell, the better the model
Nerve cells are difficult to study in cultures as conventional experiments don’t allow natural growth, but a new platform aims to change this.
Smart knitted garments monitor the heart
Wearable devices for health monitoring don’t have to be limited to just smart watches and fitness trackers.
Tiger shark migration altered by ocean warming
Climate migration has already begun, and it appears tiger sharks have been on the move for decades.
Evaluating the filtering performance of facial masks
It’s well understood that any mask reduces the transmission of viral particles but some are more effective than others.