Pluripotent stem cells have the ability to unlimitedly self‐renew and differentiate to any somatic cell lineage.
Scientists in Italy aim to keep Alzheimer’s disease in check.
A new skin-mounted sensor uses the skin itself as a floating electrode, enabling low-power health monitoring and doubles as an electroluminescent display.
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.
Researchers from Canada have used structure-dependent dual-wavelength emission to distinguish between intact and disrupted nanocarriers with ratiometric imaging.
A non-intrusive optical technique called GASMAS shows potential of being developed into a realtime and cost-effective diagnostic tool for human sinuses.
An Ir-complex modified nanoprobe to sensitively monitor hypoxia in cancer cells without interfering autofluorescence is developed.
A simple, sensitive, and noninvasive biosensor for oral cancer (OC) detection in saliva based on antibodies attached to zirconium oxide on indium tin oxide glass.
Tumour development is closely monitored through infrared emission from copolymer nanoparticles.
Probe-based confocal laser endomicroscopy (pCLE) might improve the results of testicular sperm extraction while reducing traumata during surgery.
A team of researchers from Hefei, China use bee pollens in the synthesis of carbon dots with applications in bioimaging and catalysis.