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New lab-on-a-chip can process and present results rapidly

New lab-on-a-chip can process and present results rapidly

Researchers evaluate the most appropriate test for COVID-19

Researchers evaluate the most appropriate test for COVID-19

New cyber-biological attack can trick biologists into generating dangerous toxins

New cyber-biological attack can trick biologists into generating dangerous toxins

Wyss Institute’s eRapid technology licensed to The iQ Group Global

Wyss Institute’s eRapid technology licensed to The iQ Group Global

Scientists develop novel biomaterial that accelerates bone healing

Scientists develop novel biomaterial that accelerates bone healing

Researchers describe a simple, inexpensive way to measure drug dissolution

Researchers describe a simple, inexpensive way to measure drug dissolution

Researchers are working on new project to develop brain implant for blind people

Researchers are working on new project to develop brain implant for blind people

Researchers prepare synthetic protocells that pump up blood vessels

Researchers prepare synthetic protocells that pump up blood vessels

Scientists reveal how genetically modified organisms can help mitigate climate change

Scientists reveal how genetically modified organisms can help mitigate climate change

A promising vaccine for treating poorly immunogenic tumors

A promising vaccine for treating poorly immunogenic tumors

Llama antibodies could be a potent nanoweapon against COVID-19

Llama antibodies could be a potent nanoweapon against COVID-19

Johns Hopkins researchers design tiny, star-shaped microdevices to deliver drugs

Johns Hopkins researchers design tiny, star-shaped microdevices to deliver drugs

University of Illinois Urbana-Champaign professor wins $4.5 million for breast cancer research and therapy

University of Illinois Urbana-Champaign professor wins $4.5 million for breast cancer research and therapy

Scientists use experimental approach to identify genes and interactions

Scientists use experimental approach to identify genes and interactions

Impact of natural and vaccine-induced immunity could shape the future trajectory of COVID-19

Impact of natural and vaccine-induced immunity could shape the future trajectory of COVID-19

New peptide derivatives that target the SARS-CoV-2 spike protein

New peptide derivatives that target the SARS-CoV-2 spike protein

Researchers identify new mechanism that modulates cell division

Researchers identify new mechanism that modulates cell division

Hydrogels and magnetic field could be used to rebuild complex body tissues

Hydrogels and magnetic field could be used to rebuild complex body tissues

Researchers use new approach to create replacement biological parts

Researchers use new approach to create replacement biological parts

Scientists engineer powerful novel anti-microbial molecules from wasp venom

Scientists engineer powerful novel anti-microbial molecules from wasp venom