H.E.L Group releases latest update to labCONSOL automation software with enhanced calibration and process safety functionality
Extracellular vesicles (EVs) are nano and submicron sized bioparticles formed by the majority of the cells in the human body.
Researchers at the University of Central Florida have developed a new nanomaterial capable of repelling water and staying dry even when submerged underwater.
They're roughly the same size as a coronavirus particle, and 1000 times smaller than a human hair, yet newly engineered nanoparticles developed by scientists at the University of South Australia, are punching well above their weight when it comes to treating drug-resistant fungal infections.
According to the World Health Organization, about 785 million people around the world lack a clean source of drinking water. Despite the vast amount of water on Earth, most of it is seawater and freshwater accounts for only about 2.5% of the total.
The secret behind the unique personalities of an individual lies in the human brain. But the question is whether people are aware of the fact that it can also develop the basis of highly efficient computing devices.
Remarkable developments in the field of cancer research in recent years have directed people to the next level in cancer therapy, including vaccines for cancer. But direct inoculation of these vaccines in the affected individuals has often met with failure to deliver the required anti-tumor effects.
Researchers working at the Cell Signaling Regulation Laboratory at Moscow Institute of Physics and Technology (MIPT) have developed a new affordable and reproducible system for the co-cultivation of cells. The system is built on a polymerized BSA membrane.
Scientists have developed a 'nanobody' - a small fragment of a llama antibody - that is capable of chasing out human cytomegalovirus as it hides away from the immune system.
Classical molecular sieve membranes, with 3D microparticles and 2D nanosheets as primary building blocks, are promising in chemical separation.