Researchers turn to nanotechnology to boost the detection of pathogens, including SARS-CoV-2.
Swimming cellbots capable of autonomous motion and drug encapsulation can deliver their payload at desired sites.
A team led by Wubin Bai developed a novel wearable sensor patch that provides a safe, real-time, less invasive and low-cost way to track a patient’s recovery.
Disinfecting nanobots could be the key to preventing the failure of root canal fillings post-treatment.
Researchers in Shanghai report a potential therapeutic based on Prussian blue to tackle Parkinson’s disease.
Inspired by microscopic hairs on gecko feet, scientists in South Korea have developed a shape-memory polymer that acts as a dry adhesive.
Nanotubes made from sheets of zeolite promise to expand this material’s already extensive range of application.
Synthesized microrobots capable of converting their mechanical motion into a means of self-propulsion.
A charged microneedle patch for pain-free delivery of anesthetics could replace anxiety-inducing needles in dental work.
A team of scientists have created a cost-effective way to destroy bacterial biofilms, paving the way for advancements in everything from healthcare to utilities.