How can computational modeling help to better understand and predict when the power cells of our gut fail?
Researchers at Lund University hail potential game changer in early diagnosis.
Cardiac models are becoming increasingly accurate as predictive power improves.
Smart contact lenses could revolutionize the way in which we monitor brain activity and diagnose neurological diseases.
How recent advancements in the developing of photoacoustic contrast agents are creating a better imaging technology.
Fluorescent carbon dots could change the way in which we visualize cells.
Researchers are increasingly interested in how a systems biology approach may be used to tackle multi-scale heart problems.
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.
A new use for the revolutionary gene-splicing tool. This new “Electrochemical CRISPR” can quickly and accurately identify viral biomarkers for a range of diseases, including HPV and Parvovirus.
Skin-friendly epidermal electronic devices fabricated using flexible, stretchable, and degradable protein-based substrates could offer a viable solution to real-time health and fitness monitoring.
Polymers have been shown to improve the biological capabilities of optical contrast agents to improve diagnosis of diseases such as cancer.
Scientists developed a fully print-in-place electronics technique that is gentle enough to work on surfaces as delicate as human skin.