In 2019, CRISPR gene-editing therapy was used for the first time to treat sickle cell disease.
“This work opens new avenues for material scientists and biologists to mimic in the lab the structure of living tissues and to upscale the production of engineered constructs.” ~ Dr. Riccardo Levato and Prof. Chris Moser.
Orange peels for water purification – a zesty new approach.
In their review published in BioEssays, Arnaud Gautier and Alison Tebo discuss new labeling protocols, actuation methods and biosensors based on fluorogenic protein systems.
The NIR-II window holds great potential in biological imaging.
Non-pathogenic bacteria can colonize different surfaces to help direct human stem cells to bone cells.
Prof. Xia reflects on his inspirations, current work, and the impact of AI.
New innovation from Germany: Graforce produces environmentally friendly fuel from wastewater .
Ali Khademhosseini and his co-workers take a detailed look how engineering approaches can contribute to the field of precision medicine.
Joanna Aizenberg talks about the people who inspire her, her advice to early-career researchers, and her hopes for the future of scientific research.
A fibrin/laminin hydrogel that supports organoid growth from multiple tissues is developed as a substitute for BME scaffolds.
Mars colonization may soon become a reality, but what are the pros and cons of this feat?