News - 6 Sep 2019
Researchers from the University of Manchester have discovered that the inclusion of the 2D nanomaterial graphene oxide (GO) into 3D scaffolds, used to aid the regeneration of cartilage, has the...
News - 28 Aug 2019
According to a new study performed at the Icahn School of Medicine, biocompatible gold nanoparticles developed to transform near-infrared light into heat can safely and effectively remove low- to...
News - 14 Aug 2019
A new study has confirmed that thin and flexible fibers composed of carbon nanotubes can bridge damaged heart tissues and provide the electrical signals required to keep those hearts...
News - 31 Jul 2019
According to a new study, a protein pumped out of certain—but not all—populations of “helper” cells in the brain, known as astrocytes, play a definite role in controlling the...
News - 25 Jul 2019
The zealous immune response to injuries is known to cause paralyzing damage in spinal cord injury (SCI).
Engineers have now created unique nanoparticles that redirect immune cells away from the...
News - 24 Jul 2019
A new generation of pathology labs placed on chips is set to transform the detection and treatment of cancer by employing devices as thin as a human hair to examine bodily fluids.
News - 8 Jul 2019
EU-funded LINABIOFLUID scientists studied desert-dwelling horned lizards by using electron microscopes. These lizards survive in dry environments by gathering dew via their skin, and flat bark bugs,...
News - 28 Jun 2019
A new kind of electron microscopy permits scientists to analyze nanoscale tubular materials when they are “alive” and forming liquids—a first-of-its-kind in the field.
News - 27 Jun 2019
Oregon State University researchers have developed a better technique for using magnetic nanoclusters to destroy difficult-to-reach tumors.
Magnetic nanoparticles – miniature pieces of...
News - 21 Jun 2019
The United States is observing a rise in the number of neurological diseases. Stroke is considered as the fifth leading cause of death, followed by Alzheimer’s. Parkinson’s—another...