Scientists feed live microalgal cells terbium to fabricate 3D functional devices.
Physicists design super-human red blood cells to deliver drugs to specific targets.
Scientists develop magnetized microalgae microswimmers using terbium.
The health impacts of e-cigarette aerosols are not well known, including their effect on tracheal cells.
Low-cost, wearable sensor that use the metabolic response of yeast to measure ionizing radiation doses are developed.
The art of 4D bioprinting is creating multiresponsive smart architectures for nerve regeneration.
Manipulating the structural properties of a collagen scaffold allows it to act as a cellular sieve to guide tissue regeneration.
The Stipa awn uses a humidity-driven mechanism to disperse and self-bury its seed.
An automated system to assemble macrotissues from prefabricated living microtissues with a cell density similar to organs is reported.
The broad applications of LOV domains in optogenetics are reviewed.
Bacteria trapped inside porous beads function as efficient living biocatalysts and can be assembled to perform preprogrammed sequences of reactions.
A new in vivo strategy for displaying foreign polypeptides on magnetosomes is presented.