New imaging technique sheds light on the mysterious life cycle of giant viruses.
Researchers at KIT in Germany demonstrate reverse surface wettability by salinization.
Identifying patient-specific response to cancer immunotherapy is urgently needed to maximize therapeutic benefit for as many people as possible.
Relatively inexpensive compound could perform safely and effectively in solar cells
How small particles, such as colloids, move through the soil is important to understand as many pose a significant threat to public and environmental health.
A platform with a unique hierarchical nanoridge-in-microridge structure supports the rapid growth of neural cells.
Chemists from the University of Bonn and the USA use inexpensive and non-hazardous titanium to replace expensive and toxic catalysts.
The combination of ionic liquids with polymers allows the development of smart materials with superior properties and tailored functionalities for several areas of application.
The radioactive legacy of the arms race solves a mystery about the world’s largest fish.
A blackboard of therapeutic innovation: Researchers seek to understand how antisense oligonucleotides can “erase” disorders.
The Lahann Lab at the University of Michigan discusses how nanomedicine benefits by bridging biology, engineering, and materials.
Bridging the gap between biology and electronics, researchers develop biocompatible materials for next generation biosensors, cell monitoring, neuromorphic computing, and more.
Freshwater ecologists are becoming interested in noninvasive surveying techniques, such as ecoacoustics, to gather crucial data and plan conservation efforts.