A new skin-mounted sensor uses the skin itself as a floating electrode, enabling low-power health monitoring and doubles as an electroluminescent display.
The gut microbiome can be monitored in real time all from a humble pill.
A metal–organic framework as a protecting material to preserve antibody recognition is demonstrated for the first time.
A library of well-defined random and block copolymers was used to study the attachment of HeLa and HEK cells.
Japanese researchers have developed a way to engineer glycan complexes in a way that allows the molecules to be transported preferentially to specific organs of the body.
Drug carriers capable of easily crossing the BBB are being explored by a team working across locations in South Korea and the USA.
Intraperitoneally administered biointerface-camouflaged upconversion nanoparticles can pave the way for early diagnosis of pancreatic cancer through multimodal contrast enhanced imaging.
Researchers present the use of Au@MIL-88(Fe) nanoparticles that serve as triple-modality imaging agents, in CT, MRI, and PA imaging of gliomas.
Paper-polymer hybrid material-based lateral flow assays are there to offer highly sensitive, semi-quantitative detection of dengue infection at the point-of-care.
Mice with healthy immune systems could provide new insights into Zika virus pathology and treatment.
CU Boulder, Northwestern researchers lead project to measure acoustical vibrations of heart, vocal cords.
Upconversion holds promise for applications ranging from photovoltaic cells to bioimaging.