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Improved Membrane Coating for Anti-Cancer Nanoparticles

by Conn Hastings
Nov 08, 2022
Scientists at the University of Eastern Finland have developed a technique that lets them improve the coating of nanoparticles when using cell memb...
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Electrospun Construct Mimics Elasticity of Blood Vessels

Researchers at the University of Sydney in Australia have developed an electrospun blood vessel replacement. The material contains tropoelastin, a ...
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Flexible Sensors Measure Fit of Face Masks

Researchers at MIT have developed a sensor system that can provide data on how well a face mask fits to a wearer’s face. The protection offered by ...
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3D Bioprinted Breast Tumors for Immunotherapy Testing

A team of scientists at Penn State has bioprinted breast tumor mimics with significant complexity, including a form of vascularization and the abil...
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Low Temperature Graphene Coating for Enhanced Wearables

Researchers at Caltech came up with a technique to coat flexible electronic circuits with graphene to enhance their durability on folding, as well ...
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AI-Designed Custom Knee Implants

Scientists at the University of Birmingham in the UK have trialed Generative Design, a design approach that relies on machine learning and artifici...
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Conductive Cotton Thread for Wearable Sensors in Commercial Textiles

Imperial College London researchers created a conductive cotton thread that can undergo a computerized embroidery process for incorporation into co...
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Robotic Capsule Drills Intestinal Mucus to Deliver Protein Drugs

Engineers at MIT have collaborated to develop a robotic drug delivery capsule that is specially designed to administer delicate protein drugs, such...
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DNA Nets Capture Sars-CoV-2 for Detection and Inhibition

A team at the University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign has developed a DNA net system that can ensnare Sars-CoV-2 and bind to the notorious spike...
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Soft Robot Grows Like a Plant to Travel Through Tight Spaces

At the University of Minnesota, researchers have developed a soft robotic system that can ‘grow’ like a plant. The mechanism allows it to travel th...
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Algae-Based Microrobots Deliver Antibiotics within Lungs

Researchers at the University of California San Diego have developed a microrobot system to treat bacterial pneumonia. The microrobots consist of l...
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Soft Robot Biodegrades Inside Body

Researchers at the City University of Hong Kong have developed a magnetic soft millirobot that can grab and release objects, and move around by rol...
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Alveoli on a Chip to Reveal Airflow Characteristics in Disease and Drug Delivery

Researchers at the Harbin Institute of Technology in China have developed a microfluidic-style chip that models the alveoli present in our airways....
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3D Printed Tablets for Controlled Drug Release

Researchers at the University of the Basque Country have developed a technique that allows them to 3D print pharmaceutical tablets using different ...
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Granular Hydrogels for Improved Bioinks

Researchers at Penn State have developed a granular hydrogel that contains both hydrogel microparticles and self-assembling nanoparticles, and whic...
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Surface Coating Rapidly Kills Pathogens, Lasts Months

A team at the University of Michigan has developed a coating for frequently touched surfaces that can rapidly kill a wide array of pathogens, inclu...
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EEG Caps for Brain Organoids

Researchers at Johns Hopkins University have created tiny EEG caps for brain organoids. The team was inspired by full size EEG caps that are used t...
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Bioengineered Cornea Restores Sight

Scientists at Linköping University in Sweden have developed a collagen-based corneal implant that can restore sight to blind patients with corneal ...
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Tough Ultrasound-Controlled Bioadhesives

Scientists from McGill University in Canada created a technique of using ultrasound-mediated cavitation to make bioadhesives better stick to body’s...
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Light-Activated Hydrogel Disrupts Oral Biofilms, Whitens Teeth

Researchers at Nanchang University in China developed a photodynamic hydrogel treatment for teeth that disrupts bacterial biofilms, helps to preven...
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Upcycling CDs as Flexible Biosensors

A team of scientists at Binghamton University in New York State have developed a technique that lets them salvage material from old CDs to make fle...
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Spray Coating Fights Viruses and Bacteria

Researchers at the University of Sydney in Australia engineered a new spray coating for surfaces that provides long-term protection against bacteri...
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Face Mask Deactivates SARS-CoV-2 Spike Protein

Researchers at the University of Kentucky created a novel membrane that can enzymatically degrade the SARS-CoV-2 spike protein, rendering the virus...
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Microparticle Vaccine Provides Boosters Automatically

Researchers at MIT have created a microparticle vaccine that can provide booster doses automatically. The hollow microparticles resemble a coffee c...
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Biosynthetic Trilayered Ventricle Pumps Blood

Biomedical engineers at the University of Toronto have developed a method to create a small-scale biosynthetic left ventricle that can pump blood w...
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Surgical Dressing Helps Kill Melanoma, Regenerate Healthy Cells

Scientists at the University of Nottingham in the UK have created a surgical dressing that is specifically designed to facilitate and enhance photo...
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Artificial Ventricle Mimics Helical Muscle Fibers

Researchers at Harvard developed a technique that lets them recreate the helical arrangement of cardiac muscle fibers within the heart ventricles i...
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Smart Textiles Recognize Body Movements

Engineers at MIT have developed smart textiles that can detect and recognize body movements. The garments fit snugly, and contain a network of pres...
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Artificial Muscles are Stronger and More Flexible than Real Muscle

Engineers at the University of California Los Angeles created artificial muscles that are stronger and more flexible than the real thing. The new m...
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Magnetic Microrobots to Brush and Floss Teeth

Researchers at the University of Pennsylvania have developed a technique to manipulate magnetic microrobots into bristle and string shaped-structur...
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Carbon Monoxide-Loaded Foam as Inflammatory Disease Treatment

Researchers at MIT have created a carbon monoxide-loaded foam intended for therapeutic use against inflammatory disease. While the gas is toxic if ...
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Soft Bioresorbable Implant Controls Pain by Cooling Nerves

A team of engineers at Northwestern University led by John Rogers, the person responsible for many advances in flexible electronics, created a drug...
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Self-Powered Implant Tracks Spinal Fusion Healing

Engineers at the University of Pittsburgh created a self-powered implant that can track spinal healing while also providing mechanical support. The...
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Microfluidic Chip Models Inflammatory Intestinal Disease

Researchers at Harvard’s Wyss Institute have modeled Environmental Enteric Dysfunction (EED), a childhood inflammatory intestinal disease, on a mic...
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One-Step Manufactured Meta-Bots with Medical Potential

Engineers at the University of California Los Angeles have developed “meta-bots,” which are fingernail sized robots that can move, sense, and navig...
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Polymer Brushes Capture and Release Proteins on Demand

Researchers at the Chalmers University of Technology in Sweden have developed a “polymer brush” system that can capture and release proteins on usi...
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Self-Regulating Footwear for Diabetic Foot Issues

Researchers at the Indian Institute of Science created footwear that can self-regulate the pressure distribution when a person walks, helping to av...
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Living Skin Layer for Robots and Prostheses

Researchers at the University of Tokyo have developed a method to coat a robotic finger in a living “skin” layer. The living coating is strong and ...
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Fabric Makes Electricity from Movement to Power Wearables

Scientists at Nanyang Technological University, Singapore, have created a wearable fabric that generates electricity from our body movements. The f...
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Melt Electrowriting to Make Fibrous Heart Valve Scaffolds

Researchers at the Technical University of Munich in Germany have developed a technique to create heart valve scaffolds that can mimic the variable...
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Photonic Technique for Deeper Fluorescent Sensors

Researchers at MIT have developed a method that lets them read the signal from fluorescent sensors that are as deep as 5.5 centimeters in tissue. P...
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Dissolving Pacemaker Communicates with Patient and Wearable Tech

Researchers at Northwestern University have created a cardiac pacemaker that dissolves away, negating the need for a procedure to remove it. The pa...
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Thin Film Electrodes for Neuro Applications: Interview with Dave Rosa, CEO of NeuroOne

NeuroOne, a medtech company based in Minnesota, has developed the Evo Cortical Electrode and the sEEG electrode, both of which are thin film electr...
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Tiny Robot Crab to Perform Tasks Inside Body

Engineers at Northwestern University have developed a tiny remote controlled crab robot. The device is just half a millimeter wide, and can perform...
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Artificial Skin Senses Pressure, Temperature, Humidity

Researchers at Graz University in Austria have created an artificial skin that is more sensitive than your fingertip. The skin contains 2,000 senso...
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New Antimicrobial Surface for Implantable Devices

Researchers at the University of California Los Angeles have created a zwitterion polymer coating for in-dwelling medical devices, such as urinary ...
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Glucose Fuel Cell to Power Medical Implants

Scientists at MIT created a glucose fuel cell that is small and powerful enough to conceivably power medical implants using the sugar present in ou...
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Wearable Uses Microneedles to Track Metabolism

A team of researchers at the University of California San Diego created a wearable device that uses a disposable microneedle patch to continuously ...
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Advanced Multi-Organ Chip for Personalized Medicine

Researchers at Columbia University School of Engineering and Applied Science developed an advanced organ-on-a-chip system that incorporates heart, ...
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Soft Robotic Sleeve for Lymphedema Treatment

Researchers at the University of Waterloo in Canada created a soft robotic sleeve to treat lymphedema. Lymphedema involves fluid accumulation in ti...
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