A physiologically relevant 3D model to investigate several key aspects of blood–brain barrier dysfunction in Alzheimer’s disease and provide a standardized platform for drug screening.
New technology combines a laser and electric fields to separate particles and microbes by size.
Computational and laboratory studies have confirmed that technologically valuable ultrastable glasses can be produced in days or hours.
Brown University researchers have observed and analyzed the movement of individual molecules of DNA using a nanoporous material.
Robotic synthesis rapid screening and characterisation techniques used to development new materials for MRI.
Lab wins three Federal Laboratory Consortium awards for energy storage, cancer treatment, and next-gen microchip work.
Researchers fabricate controllable scaffolds from functionalised Kappa carrageenan, a naturally occurring polymer.
University of Michigan researchers develop focused ultrasound technique for use in microsurgery.
A new technology developed at MIT may help to make biomarker detection, and cancer diagnostics, much easier.
Design to guide the reconnection of severed nerve endings may aid treatment of patients who have suffered extensive nerve trauma.
A nanopatterned glass plate with could be a simple way to capture and study the tumor cells that carry cancer around the body through the bloodstream.