Members of the Max Planck Research Network in Synthetic Biology put together a special issue on synthetic cells for Advanced Biosystems.
Artificial biomotors for in vivo therapeutic applications.
Intact whole-mount immunostaining of organoids after growth for 14 days.
Brain organoids model normal human brain development and can be used to answer questions related to development, evolution, and disease.
Understanding and improving biological adhesion processes.
A photosensitive hydrogel has shown promise in healing spinal cord injuries.
The Droplet Microarray (DMA) is a high-throughput platform for drug screening.
How the brain's functional connectivity can be induced in neuromorphic devices to overcome the limitations of conventional silicon technology.
Can plasma offer a solution for decontamination of food or water which includes the presence of proteins?
The immunoglobulin G scaffold can be engineered to increase stability, improve efficacy, and allow novel functionality as a potent anti‐cancer therapeutic.