Liquid crystals that generate unclonable fingerprint-like patterns could make the sale of counterfeit goods and theft of personal data much more difficult.
The device provides a powerful tool for studying and treating diabetes, allowing personalized modelling by using patients’ own cells.
A new battery design not only provides energy,not only provides energy, but facilitates automatic surfacing and diving mechanisms in electronic, underwater equipment.
A tiny battery built into smart contact lenses produces its own power through eye blinking, relying on tears and oxygen to power its cells.
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.
Wearable devices for health monitoring don’t have to be limited to just smart watches and fitness trackers.
It’s well understood that any mask reduces the transmission of viral particles but some are more effective than others.
Researchers have flipped traditional 3D printing to create some of the most intricate biomedical structures yet.
A microneedle patch that delivers antibiotics directly into the affected skin area could help treat deadly bacterial infections.
Pudding-like implants with a sugar-based delivery system show promise in reducing the foreign body response against brain implants.