Researchers build the first biocomputers from heart cells and demonstrate their ability to perform complex computational tasks.
Researchers uncover the mystery of how viruses avoid encapsulating unwanted genetic material from the crowded cell cytoplasm.
A team of chemical engineers has created a pilot-scale photoreactor for making chemicals using just carbon dioxide and sunlight.
Whilst vaccines against COVID-19 show there is light at the end of the tunnel, three main challenges still need to be addressed.
3D bioprinted models of developing human hearts reveal critical factors that shape heart development.
The testing platform identifies the presence of two antibodies in microliter samples of blood.
Creating antiviral drugs to help treat infected patients is more important than ever. Now, researchers report a non-toxic macrocycle antiviral agent that shows high efficacy against several influenza strains.
A new hypothesis explores how potassium came to be the dominant biological cation.
A new model helped researchers create a “nanotube color atlas”, which they use to predict the specific colors of 466 different single‐wall carbon nanotubes, revealing a broad spectrum of potentially achievable colors.
AI and robotics meet fluidics to accelerate materials development, allowing researchers to create quantum dots in under an hour.