Bioengineering & biophysics
Innovative nanofiber filter could be vital in the development of face masks and respirators
Could our clothes tell us when we are ill?
A modern-day Frankenstein’s monster?
SHANEL: new technique shows promise for 3D-printed human organs
Advances in cell engineering therapies: where are we in 2020?
Tissue engineers get into the groove
The mummy returns: Egyptian priest Nesyamun ‘speaks’ for the first time in 3000 years
Microfluidics, AI and nanotechnology: top tech to tackle binding interactions
New tumor-on-a-chip could pave the way for the discovery of cancer drugs
Bioengineering protein assistants to help out CRISPR
Petra Schwille on compartmentalizing membrane proteins
Inscopix’s Jonathan Nassi and Kunal Ghosh on their cutting-edge neuroscience technology
On high-throughput sample processing and laboratory techniques: concerns, pitfalls and more.
The cellular hitman turned biosensor
Organic nanotubes could change the delivery of targeted cancer treatments
Nano-sized laser: the future for imaging living tissues?
Pat Brown: solving humanity’s biggest problem
Carbon nanotube fibers restore damaged hearts
Overcoming anticancer drug restrictions in veterinary medicine
Craniopagus conjoined twins separated: the case of Safa and Marwa