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Bacteria found in tumors could prove a potent anticancer tool
Bacteria residing inside tumors provide a surprisingly powerful immunotherapy platform to combat different cancers.
Plant-based scaffolds for lab-grown meat
Using plant proteins derived from crop waste and spent grains adds new dimension to sustainable lab-grown meats.
From lasers to a Nobel Prize: A conversation with Donna Strickland
Canadian physicist Donna Strickland on breaking down barriers in laser physics and her life after winning the Nobel Prize.
Earth Day 2023: How do we invest in our planet?
A list of articles showcasing innovative individuals and technologies working to build a sustainable economy that protects our planet.
Treating inflammatory diseases with oxygen-scavenging catalysts
Catalysts that mimic antioxidase enzymes show promise in treating inflammatory diseases, such as gum disease, lupus, or cancer.
Making edible pigments from photonic materials
Using a derivative of cellulose, researchers explore making a natural food colorant from materials whose surfaces manipulate light.
Fish assess misinformation to avoid overreaction
Fish adjust their sensitivity to the actions of others, such reacting to false alarms, to reduce the risk of responding to misinformation.
Chien-Shiung Wu, the authority in beta decay
Chien-Shiung Wu was an expert in nuclear physics, making many significant contributions to not only the field, but our understanding of the Universe.
A computing system made from heart cells
A biocomputer built from connected heart cells solves computational problems with high accuracy and at a low computational cost.