To minimize inflammation in IBD, scientists have developed a synthetic enzyme that targets multiple problematic pathways.
Defining the molecular sequence of ink ingredients gives chemical engineers precise control of microscopic 3D printing.
Inspired by brain-invading bacteria, researchers have created nanocapsules that covertly shuttle drugs across the blood–brain barrier.
A new triboelectric laminate can convert movement to electricity 400 times more efficiently in wearable and implantable technologies.
Scientists are investigating how fullerene nanomaterials can be used as antivirals against different variants of SARS-CoV-2 and other viruses.
A uniquely sensitive, stretchable pressure sensor for prosthetics, soft robotics, and human-machine interfaces.
Compared to other platforms, this new “on-a-chip” system allows membrane proteins to be studied in their natural state.
Check out atomic glimpses of graphene ribbons, double bubble microspheres, and a solar evaporator made from bone.
Made of self-assembling nanoparticles and a microgel, this new material could overcome limitations in 3D bioprinting.
A new in situ, personalized cancer vaccine captures molecules from growing tumors to activate the body’s immune cells against them.