Antibiotic-resistant bacteria are becoming a major global threat. Novel antibacterial nanomaterials offer a solution.
Researchers at the University of Munich have demonstrated a conceptually novel nanocarrier strategy in which the nanoparticles are both the cargo and the carrier.
A new AI system can identify optimal combinations of drugs and dosages in a matter of days to help halt viral pandemics before they reach global scales.
Advanced Science News celebrates the 71st birthday of Nobel Laureate Françoise Barré-Sinoussi.
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Electroconductive hydrogels resemble the extracellular matrix in tissues, enabling cell growth, proliferation, and migration.
Investigating factors that influence red‐light penetration through human tissue.
Neuronal stem cells used to smuggle therapeutics into the brain.
Hot-glue guns are normally associated with arts-and-crafts, home decorations, and toys. Now, Israeli scientists have developed a hot-glue gun to adhere human tissues.
A special issue of Advanced Healthcare Materials on biomaterials tailored for metabolic diseases.
New technologies for inhaled insulin are aimed at improving formulation through enhanced delivery systems.
Researchers in Japan take one step closer to making a prosthetic hand with human-like sensory and mechanical capabilities.