A modification to conventional microscopes pushes the limits of their resolution and enables high-precision observation of difficult-to-observe pathogens.
To curb the rising threat of fungal infections, researchers crafted iron oxide nanoparticles as speedy, effective, and inexpensive antifungal agents.
Revolutionizing respiratory disease detection with a portable E-Nose for non-invasive breath analysis.
Researchers turn to nanotechnology to boost the detection of pathogens, including SARS-CoV-2.
To create a flu vaccine that doesn’t require annual tweaking, researchers develop a nanovaccine that uses an inverted hemagglutinin protein.
The genetic variant that causes Gaucher disease may have helped breakdown tuberculosis-causing bacteria in cells through lipid buildup.
A new antibacterial surface treatment could help improve the safety of medical devices by minimizing the risk of infection during their use.
A pioneer in preventative medicine well known for his isolation of the bacteria behind the bubonic plague, Shibasaburō helped establish our understanding of infectious diseases and made inroads into the first vaccines.
Researchers uncover how malaria infiltrates the blood–brain barrier and contributes to disease severity.
Scientists have identified extinct strains of smallpox on the teeth of Viking skeletons from sites across Northern Europe.