Researchers enhance the immune response against the receptor binding domain of SARS-CoV-2 by presenting it on liposomes, providing a promising strategy for vaccine development targeting this domain.
Researchers have developed an innovative method to make advanced coating materials for “smart” sub-ambient radiative cooling in large-scale building applications.
Researchers use an enhanced technique to pattern unaltered cells within a 3D hydrogel, allowing them to recreate complex biological tissue for regenerative medicine.
A new vaccine adjuvant, which helps stimulate the immune system, has been developed based on two chemicals that are produced by the body.
New hybrid optical fibers contain 2D materials that enhance light-matter interactions and open doors for a range of new technological advancements.
A new mechanism to produce powerful biodegradable elastomers with a promising future in tissue regeneration.
Lightweight but tough, bamboo is the hope for a more sustainable life and future for our planet.
Researchers challenge the current paradigm for embolization with a safe and versatile embolic agent made from malleable and injectable hydrogels.
Zwitterionic polymers allow researchers to fabricate drug-carrying microrobots that can operate covertly under the immune system’s radar.
Cellulose-based energy storage devices could provide a viable solution to creating sustainable, inexpensive electronics.
Researchers created liquid-metal battery that works at room-temperature. It promises more power than today’s lithium-ion batteries and can charge and deliver energy several times faster.
A pair of micro-scale pliers was made from a liquid crystalline elastomer and fiber optic wire, which can reversibly change shape in response to visible light.