Scientists take us a step closer to making cell transplantation a viable clinical option.
Inactivating viruses from biopharmaceutical source materials can be achieved with detergents. However, the frequently used detergent Triton X-100 is ecotoxic and must be replaced with eco-friendly alternatives.
Sensors that are promising for motion capture, and the development of health monitoring devices, surgical instruments, and human–machine interaction devices.
Recent advances in single‐molecule techniques have led to new discoveries in analytical chemistry, biophysics, and medicine. Understanding the structure and behavior of single biomolecules provides a wealth of information compared to studying large ensembles.
“Direct societal impact of my work is something I am proud of” – Pamela Habibović on biomaterials.
Scientists develop a reversible adhesive skin patch with high air permeability and water drainage.
Protocol for iPSC-derived macrophages with excellent functional and transcriptomic fidelity.
A team of researchers from the Vanderbilt University in Nashville, USA, developed a visually guided Raman spectroscopy probe for cervical assessment during pregnancy which could help in diminishing premature births.
Self-assembling protein nanoparticles that target the mitochondria and rapidly accumulate in tumors have potential for combination therapies.
An electrospun hydrogel scaffold shows promising results for regeneration of the spinal cord following injury.
Amoeboid cell microtransporters carry microcargo in an independent, self-organized fashion.
Multifunctional polylactide stomatocytes are engineered to mimic red blood cells.