This implantable device acts as mechanical support for damaged tendons and mimics the bioelectrical cues usually provided by collagen during wound healing.
A charged microneedle patch for pain-free delivery of anesthetics could replace anxiety-inducing needles in dental work.
A lubricating coating minimizes tissue damage and the body’s immune response for safer, long-lasting implantable medical devices.
A pollen-based ink opens doors for advancements in 3D bioprinting.
Dendritic cell vaccines offer a unique opportunity in biomedicine, and limitations in efficacy can now potentially be overcome using graphene oxide nanosheets.
Recent advances in urinary stents have made treating blockages better and safer for patients.
A new nanoengineered bioink allows scientists to print 3D, anatomically accurate, multicellular blood vessels.
Computer-aided drug discovery looks to neural networks that can better predict chemical properties to streamline the search for new therapeutics.
A new technology designed to target allergic asthma could provide more efficient means of delivery and treatment straight to the source of inflammation.
Researchers have created an improved material for arterial stents, which could alleviate the symptoms of coronary artery disease and reduce the risk of heart attack in patients.