Although the idea of soft robots in space exploration is still far from becoming a reality, there are obvious advantages that are driving researchers to pursue the possibility.
A lubricating coating minimizes tissue damage and the body’s immune response for safer, long-lasting implantable medical devices.
A pioneer in preventative medicine well known for his isolation of the bacteria behind the bubonic plague, Shibasaburō helped establish our understanding of infectious diseases and made inroads into the first vaccines.
Dendritic cell vaccines offer a unique opportunity in biomedicine, and limitations in efficacy can now potentially be overcome using graphene oxide nanosheets.
Using a new model, experts say that without the global CFC ban we would already be facing the reality of a “scorched earth”.
COVID-19 is unlikely to be the last coronavirus to spill over to humans. Scientists are working to make a universal vaccine to combat future outbreaks.
A new type of hydrogel could radically transform a novel stem cell treatment for Parkinson’s disease.
The first mission to Jupiter’s Trojan asteroids will show us the diversity of the primordial bodies that built our Solar System.
Last August, #BlackinChem took the world by storm. This year, we spoke with two of the event’s organizers, Devin Swiner and Zemen Berhe, to learn more about what’s in store.
The strong adhesive nature of this artificial tissue combined with its ability to sustain the growth of new cells helps solve long-standing challenges with these types of grafts.