Molecules isolated from a rare cyanobacteria found in Japan found to have UV-absorbing, antioxidant, and anti-aging properties.
When building a functional model of the brain, it’s crucial to think about more than just neurons.
Addressing the lack of diversity in drug testing, scientists are using organoids from voluntary donors to enhance equity and inclusion.
Bacteria residing inside tumors provide a surprisingly powerful immunotherapy platform to combat different cancers.
Catalysts that mimic antioxidase enzymes show promise in treating inflammatory diseases, such as gum disease, lupus, or cancer.
Compared to other platforms, this new “on-a-chip” system allows membrane proteins to be studied in their natural state.
Artificial enzymes could help bring down the manufacturing costs of different medications, making them more available to patients.
This nanoparticle cancer therapy hijacks biological processes to target cancer cells and destroy them with self-assembling components.
A new way of reprogramming the body’s immune cells to seek out and eliminate cancer cells, acting as an internal cancer therapy.
Implants containing cyanobacteria help produce oxygen within heart tissue to repair damage done after a heart attack.