“Brain-on-a-chip” shows minute-by-minute how the blood–brain barrier reacts to high levels of inflammation.
A well-based microfluidic device allows researchers to generate important data that are needed to better understand the parameters that influence evolution in bacteria to combat antibiotic resistance.
A structurally representative liver-on-a-chip models the full progression of non-alcoholic fatty liver disease, which researchers hope will lead to better treatments.
Fluorescent nano-sized diamonds give a better glimpse inside cells.
A new microwell chip holds promise for screening immunotherapy drugs with the added bonus that it can include a patient’s own cells for optimized treatment planning.
Researchers uncover the mystery of how viruses avoid encapsulating unwanted genetic material from the crowded cell cytoplasm.
A temperature-responsive, porous hydrogel enables more efficient and sustained protein synthesis.
Blood pooling in venous valves is a key risk factor in deep vein thrombosis. A new model is used to better understand how this occurs.
A new study finds diamonds can actually form at room temperature, under the right pressure.
Researchers create a method to fine tune the properties of nanoparticles, making them a promising treatment for cancer.