Scientists have developed a faster, more energy-efficient method for 3D printing magnesium alloys, creating new opportunities for biomedical applications.
Microscale medical sensors inserted under the skin can be powered wirelessly by an external handheld receiver
Fused polymer-based multicomponent fibers provide well-defined domains for cell co-culture in tissue engineering
Remarkable strides are being made in stem cell research at the A*STAR Institute of Bioengineering and Nanotechnology, leading to the development of novel therapeutic and diagnostic strategies
The right membrane coating and morphology could dramatically enhance the performance of human kidney cells in bioartificial kidneys
A new class of ultrasmall peptides with biomimetic properties paves the way to diverse biomedical applications
Microfluidic devices are poised to transform biological research by streamlining the cost, speed and precision of individual experiments