Raman spectroscopy is an emerging microbiologic diagnostic tool and can be used as an intrapartum screening test for Streptococcus bacteria.
Strong light-matter coupling is a new tool to mold chemical reactivity and material properties that intertwine material science and quantum mechanics.
Why mitochondria produce reactive oxygen species, and how they drove eukaryotic evolution.
MiRNAs area class of noncoding RNA important for gene expression regulation in many plants, animals and viruses.
Researchers from Chemnitz University of Technology have printed flexible and lightweight polymer speakers.
Protein capsids are specialized and versatile natural macromolecules with exceptional properties. These materials have numerous potential applications, including catalysis and drug delivery.
Recent research on cellulose–sulfur composites made from industrial wastes has successfully achieved all three Rs: reduce, reuse, recycle.
Despite the many benefits of plastics, the global plastic system is increasingly being recognized as the source of severe environmental problems.
An electric field tunable quasiparticle discovered in a common 2D material has great potential for application in optoelectronic devices.
New hydrogels from magnetic photonic crystal units combine the advantages of structural colour and the flexibility needed for biological applications.