Ali Khademhosseini and his co-workers take a detailed look how engineering approaches can contribute to the field of precision medicine.
Low-cost, wearable sensor that use the metabolic response of yeast to measure ionizing radiation doses are developed.
Taeghwan Hyeon on his research, the inspiration behind it, and his advice to young scientists.
A research team from the National Chiao Tung University in Taiwan showed that aerosol‐assisted dielectric‐barrier‐discharge atmospheric‐pressure plasma deposition can be used for...
A wearable piezoelectret sensor has been developed for pressure-based human pulse measurement.
A hybrid dual‐wavelength optoacoustic biomicroscope is developed to provide better insights into cerebrovascular function and facilitate efficient studies into neurological and vascular...
Stanislav Piletsky and his colleagues have used molecularly imprinted polymer nanoparticles to replace both antibodies and enzymes in biological assays.
Researchers report a highly sensitive detection method for monitoring the nanotoxicity associated with reactive oxygen species (ROS).
Wearable mercury sensors will radically change the field of food and water analysis.
Edible electronics: a new class of electronics materials that are compatible with the gastrointestinal tract.