New imaging technique sheds light on the mysterious life cycle of giant viruses.
A recent study discovers that CRISPR can be used for a number of different purposes by diverse biological entities, not just humans and bacteria.
Self-propelled-onion-like microvehicle can attract, trap, and destroy biological threats
Understanding how viruses protect their genome can now be accomplished using physics-based techniques.
Regenerating bricks are created from sand, gelatin, and bacteria.
Researchers have successful implanted artificial factories into living cells with the hope of producing molecules for therapeutics.
A molecular probe maps misfolded proteome state in live cells.
An artificial cell, which uses a microfluidics-based approach to engineer a modular and programable artificial‐cell‐on‐chip.
Protein-protected metal nanoclusters have excellent biocompatibility and have received considerable attention as a luminescent probe in a number of fields such as biosensing, bioimaging, and imaging-guided therapy.
Decades of research in skeletal muscle physiology have provided multi-scale insights into its structural and functional complexity.
Whilst tissue engineering has benefited modern surgery, thousands of patents fail to see real-world applications.
The potential of spider venom for environmentally friendly insecticides