While radiographic imaging can evaluate bone healing post surgery, a smart, self-aware implant could eliminate unnecessary exposure to radiation.
A new device setup enables an interface between biomolecules and electronic materials for biohybrid electronics.
To avoid the need for repeated surgery, scientists are developing durable artificial heart valves from regenerated tissue.
A flexible magnetic catheter made from “smart threads” will help make surgeries less invasive, safer, and easier to perform.
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Through a happy accident, researchers have identified a new self-repairing electronic material that could make sci-fi dreams a reality.
Artificial spider silk could be a smart and responsive alternative to traditional wound dressings, helping patients and medical staff to monitor recovery in real time.
Tin mono-sulfide nanosheets prove to be effective and sensitive soft X-ray detectors with potential to monitor biological systems in real time.
Researchers are investigating ways to increase the efficiency and stability of solar cells, which could improve their commercial use as an alternative energy source.
Scientists at Sarbonne University reveal the chemical secrets behind the Romantic era’s most celebrated artists.