Researchers successfully grow 3D brain tissue on fully-integrated microchips for neural biosensing applications.
Using their deep-learning program, AlphaFold, researchers predict the 3D structure of proteins using only their linear amino acid sequence, revolutionizing computational biology as we know it.
The world-renowned chemist and his struggle against a system of racial oppression.
Blood pooling in venous valves is a key risk factor in deep vein thrombosis. A new model is used to better understand how this occurs.
By mixing sugar and magnetic particles, researchers create biodegradable “CANDYBOTS” with potential applications in drug delivery and ingestible devices.
A new blood-derived embolic material with regenerative properties stops bleeding instantly, even in cases of impaired coagulation.
Creating versatile liquid marbles, stabilized with polymeric plates for more durability and broader applications.
Yong Lei talks about his journey into STEM, his passion for research, and the world of patterned nanomaterials.
An active polymer skin that can be be reshaped on-demand takes existing technologies and adapts their functionalities to the needs of a changing environment.
The Nobel Laureate whose research was crucial to understanding how the immune system works on the cellular level.