A team of researchers from China combined AC and SERS technologies to develop a novel method for urinary modified nucleoside detection as a tool for cancer screening.
German researchers tested the efficacy of cold atmospheric plasma in the inactivation and removal of infections.
A team of Canadian researchers developed and clinically tested a navigation‐guided fiberoptic Raman probe that allows surgeons to interrogate brain tissue in situ at the tip of the biopsy needle prior to tissue removal.
Scientists make artificial spider silk from polymer-coated nylon, which can collect water from the atmosphere with astonishing efficiency.
Professor Dong-An Wang and co-workers seek to revolutionize cartilage surgery through the development of a new type of surgical graft.
Scientists have mimicked the shape of a butterfly wing to improve the sensitivity of Raman Spectroscopy.
Ceram developed a new range of Hydroxyapatite biomaterials. Now the company is looking for partners to explore the promising materials and to find new applications.
A tale of holography, spun from the Bombyx mori silkworm.
Korean scientists present a new interlocking material based on the mechanism beetles use to lock away their wings.
The “Materials Science and Engineering – MSE2012-Congress” will open its gates in Darmstadt, Germany from September 25-27.
Photosynthesis is considered the "Holy Grail" in the field of sustainable energy generation because it directly converts solar energy into storable fuel using nothing but water and carbon dioxide (CO2). Scientists have long tried to mimic the underlying natural...
Anna Musyanovych of the Max Plank Institute for Polymer Research reviews Biodegradable Polymers in Clinical Use and Clinical Development.
Glass-ceramics that combine strength with good optical characteristics may lead to improved dentures.