A small molecule able to move independently along a track has been developed by researchers at the University of Edinburgh.
MaterialsViews recently spoke to East China Normal University Professor Yiyun Cheng about his biomedical research - here's what he had to say.
Paper-based blood test provides “written report” of blood type.
Are modern molecular classification methods for breast carcinomas reasonable? Austrian scientists challenge the clinical relevance of the term “basal-like” breast cancer subtype.
Researchers for the University of California, Irvine, have developed a new drug-delivery system using protein-based nanoparticles.
Visiopharm and Hamamatsu have reached a reseller agreement for Visiopharm’s Quantitative Digital Pathology (QDP) solutions.
Antioxidants found in coffee get more effective in non-polar environments.
Prof. Peter Fratzl and co-workers analyzed the structure of spider fangs to gain a better understanding of chitin-based biomaterials.
Researchers demonstrate learning in a memristive device.
Spider silk shows intriguing properties for cell culture. Now, researchers try to find the ideal scaffolds for applications in the field of...