Biodegradable soft robots made from brown seaweed and hydrogels enable the exploration of fragile environments with minimal environmental impact.
A battery-free wearable device wirelessly monitors health using body heat for continuous power.
A new fire-warning technology integrated into children’s clothing can be linked up to a mobile device for early detection and proactive safety measures.
Taking inspiration from nature, scientists create a two-component catapult that overcomes limitations in 4D printing.
Catalysts that mimic antioxidase enzymes show promise in treating inflammatory diseases, such as gum disease, lupus, or cancer.
Stem-cell laden nanostructures prevented cell death while promoting growth and differentiation to help repair the spine following injury.
A new manufacturing technique to grow perovskite crystals for high-performance solar cells uses “face masks” to minimize imperfections.
In the lab, a multi-functional hydrogel was shown to not only repair defects but also strengthen bone weakened by osteoporosis.
Living microrobots made from algae were weaponized to help fight tumors by improving the effectiveness of cancer therapies.
While radiographic imaging can evaluate bone healing post surgery, a smart, self-aware implant could eliminate unnecessary exposure to radiation.