The chemical and biomolecular engineer delves into the versatile applications, surprising properties, and future possibilities of liquid metals.
Gene therapy restores hearing in children with hereditary deafness; ongoing trials show promise for widespread application.
Experts argue a new approach is needed so that we are less reliant on antimicrobial drugs, where less use means less resistance.
Researchers use photocatalysis to edit molecules, adjusting carbon-based ring sizes for versatile structures.
High blood pressure can rapidly transform healthy arterial cells into inflammation-prone “foam cells” that pose an increased risk of cardiovascular-related issues.
The ongoing debate at COP28 over the phase out of fossil fuels is impeding efforts to address the severe impacts of climate change.
New findings point to the crucial role that mRNA modifications play in how the body regulates pain-related molecules.
In a world first, UK authorities grant regulatory approval for a CRISPR gene therapy targeting sickle cell disease and β-thalassemia.
Through awareness and education, individuals may become more conscious of their future spending choices, ultimately contributing to the success of the right to repair movement.
Magnetic iron nanoparticles shown to eliminate persistent water pollution, such as microplastics and oils.