A recent paper describes improvements to a system that isolates circulating tumor cells from healthy cells in the blood using acoustic waves.
Biodegradeable medical devices made from wax might one day remove the need for surgical implant removal.
Highly porous microspheres are developed as injectable scaffolds for tissue regeneration based on polyhydroxyalkanoate (PHA), a family of natural biopolyesters.
Degrading ibuprofen in water using a pulsed corona discharge.
Researchers from UNSW Sydney and Aarhus University review the current landscape of nitric oxide-releasing platforms.
A nanobiosensor is developed that performs real-time analysis of single-cell cytokine secretion, enabling the development of new therapies for diseases.
Rapid and efficient protocols to culture and genetically engineer iPSC lines for neuronal differentiation.
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A new adhesive is developed for in vivo fracture fixation.
A team of researchers demonstrate Ca–polyphosphate (polyP) nanoparticles (NPs) as a smart biomaterial for regenerative medicine applications.