Scientists employ cutting-edge 3D printing to recreate human-like tissue, promising a breakthrough in cellular research and potential insights into aging and disease.
A textured film maximizes sunlight by generating an increased amount of red light, reducing the costs of algae production on a significant scale.
An edible and rechargeable battery to power devices used for GI tract monitoring, therapeutics, and analyzing food quality.
A biocomputer built from connected heart cells solves computational problems with high accuracy and at a low computational cost.
Scientists are turning to C. elegans for biobot designs, guiding their movement through reconfigurable microtopographies.
New research inspired by “viral factories” shows the potential of encapsulating target molecules in membrane-free compartments.
A new device setup enables an interface between biomolecules and electronic materials for biohybrid electronics.
Researchers have created stiff, recyclable hydrogels that can be broken down into their base components and reshaped on demand.
Nanoparticulate formula together with light augmentation could realize the potential for intranasal vaccines to protect against respiratory viruses.
DNA robots built to transverse fluidic cell membranes and control cell function for future regenerative and cell-based therapies.