Intestinal bacteria can create an electric current, according to a new study from Lund University in Sweden.
Organisms have acquired sophisticated regulatory networks that control gene expression in response to cellular perturbations. Understanding of the mechanisms underlying the coordinated...
A review of optogenetically engineered cells and their applications.
John shares his thoughts on his research, his effort on the on-going PlantFAdb database, his suggestions to early-career scientists, and the challenge...
Highlighting the excellent research being published in the multidisciplinary field of biomedical materials and life sciences.
The Editors of Small Methods are pleased to publish this special biomedical virtual issue. This collection highlights outstanding research in Small Methods...
Batteries are a key part of the global push to lower emissions.
A team of researchers from China set up a study that gives new insights in using plasma in breast cancer treatment.
A facile strategy to use elastin-like peptides for thermoresponsive drug delivery applications.
Expanding beyond traditional photodynamic approach: photoelectrochemical oxidation of toxic Aβ aggregates with an inorganic photoelectrode.