A fully printed, wireless, stretchable, implantable biosystem that offers batteryless, real-time monitoring of cerebral aneurysm hemodynamics is developed.
Gold “nanoseaweeds” exhibit high efficiency as heterogeneous nanocatalysts and peroxidase-mimicking nanoenzymes.
Selective and effective: silicon nanowires as photoelectrodes for carbon dioxide fixation
University of Texas researchers develop materials that are stiff for initial implantation, and then soften to better match the mechanical properties of brain tissue.
Researchers at Iowa State University demonstrate the ability to simultaneously deliver proteins and DNA into plant cells.
A new microscopy technique can be used to improve our understanding of human tissues and other biomedical materials.
An MIT group have developed a new coating in an attempt to reduce the number of surgeries required to correct artificial implants.
A new nanodevice has been developed, intended to reproduce the behaviour of a human synapse.
A research group have developed the first commercial plasma sterilization system integrated in a pharmaceutical filling line.
On-chip culturing and molecular profiling of captured cancer cells using a low-cost, rapid microfluidic cell sorter device
Gossuin, Sandre, et al. describe the design of magnetic nanoparticles with optimised relaxivity for magnetic resonance imaging (MRI).
New disinfectants fight E. coli and related strains using metal-organic frameworks, leading to fewer by-products and increased efficiency.