Plant virus nanoparticles home in on the lungs to help prevent the spread of cancer.
A new nanoengineered bioink allows scientists to print 3D, anatomically accurate, multicellular blood vessels.
A new type of hydrogel could radically transform a novel stem cell treatment for Parkinson’s disease.
“Brain-on-a-chip” shows minute-by-minute how the blood–brain barrier reacts to high levels of inflammation.
Large-scale recoding of virus genomes has the potential for use in vaccine design.
A polymer composite spray was shown to not only limit SARS-CoV-2 infection, but also hinders transmission in this proof-of-concept study.
Study shows that temperature changes have a smaller effect on transmission than policy interventions like lockdowns and social distancing.
Minimally invasive smart patches can continuously monitor glucose blood levels and administer insulin as needed.
Researchers uncover how malaria infiltrates the blood–brain barrier and contributes to disease severity.
The strength of immune responses after the first dose of COVID-19 vaccines could make or break this strategy and policy makers need to be able to adapt.