The new sensors reliably and uniformly detected molecular signals, and their performance remained intact when tested again after two and a half months.
Polymer-based broad spectrum antivirals show activity against Zika, Ebola, HIV-1, the Herpes simplex virus, and now, SARS-CoV-2.
The long-term benefits of global forest restoration to support biodiversity and ecosystems depends on climate and forest type.
A 3D hydrogel model provides key insights into how cells sense and respond to elements of their environment.
Triple-negative breast cancer has poor survival and few therapeutic options — but with a new approach, things could change.
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A new spinal cord implant was used to heal a severed spine, offering hope that these types of injuries can one day become treatable.
Magnetic seeds are guided toward cancer cells through tissues in the body, providing a safe means of treating hard-to-reach tumors.
A fast and efficient means of record keeping could improve the ability to trace structural differences in viral variants.
A new hydrogel supports living cells and can withstand dynamic environments to help repair tissue in the heart, muscles, and vocal cords.