Understanding changes to the spike protein’s structure is critical to the development of an effective vaccine.
Scientists are finding safer ways to keep drug-loaded microrobots attached to cancer tissue.
Researchers at Houston Methodist Research Institute discuss how quantitative, non-invasive imaging can aid in developing novel tools for diagnosis and therapy.
Nobel Prize for Medicine winners William Kaelin, Peter Ratcliffe, and Gregg Semenza “uncover a fundamental mechanism of life”.
Advanced Science News highlights the achievements of Gertrude Elion, a Nobel laureate for her ground-breaking work in rational drug design.
Since 2012, Advanced Healthcare Materials has been bringing you the latest breakthroughs in biomedical materials science with a strong focus on improving human health, and it will continue to do so in 2019. We therefore have launched virtual issues on five hot topics...
State of the art of mathematical hybrid modeling of cancer development and treatment.
Engineered bacteria anchor inside the intestines, for treatment of gastrointestinal damage.
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.
Nanoparticles can be used to destroy a common bacterial defense mechanism.
Mg-based microresonators for wirelessly powered biodegradable medical implants.
Advanced Science News celebrates the 138th birthday of Nobel Laureate Sir Alexander Fleming.
A fully printed, wireless, stretchable, implantable biosystem that offers batteryless, real-time monitoring of cerebral aneurysm hemodynamics is developed.