Living machines made from drug-carrying bacteria target tumors to improve the effectiveness and safety of chemotherapies.
Antibody therapies and new vaccines have been added to the arsenal, giving hope to the millions who live where malaria is endemic.
While stem cell therapies have been touted as “miracle cures”, data indicates that there are still hurdles keeping them out of the clinic.
Artificial spider silk could be a smart and responsive alternative to traditional wound dressings, helping patients and medical staff to monitor recovery in real time.
Nanoparticulate formula together with light augmentation could realize the potential for intranasal vaccines to protect against respiratory viruses.
With SARS-CoV-2 continuing to circulate, new oral antivirals promise to be game changers in helping to end the pandemic.
Tin mono-sulfide nanosheets prove to be effective and sensitive soft X-ray detectors with potential to monitor biological systems in real time.
A shape-shifting polymer allows scientists to create a safer implantable device that results in less trauma upon insertion.
A new vaccine aims to prevent one of the most aggressive forms of breast cancer.
A microelectrode array no bigger than a penny gives hope to restoring sight in blind people.