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Researchers at Penn State have experimented with laser-induced graphene designs to develop advanced flexible electronics for wearable health devices.
A collaboration of engineers, biomedical scientists, and clinicians in the Netherlands has recently reached a breakthrough in cell-based bone regenerative therapies. Although bone has a...
Almost 100 of the UK’s next-generation of science leaders will be granted a total £113m science funding boost to facilitate the commercialisation of their innovations and tackle global challenges from the climate crisis to chronic illness.
STFC announces seven novel projects that will transform fundamental science into real-world solutions in areas such as medicine, nuclear security and air pollution, are in progress.
The One Health Initiative’s Dr Bruce Kaplan calls for a worldwide fully-fledged institutional implementation of the One Health approach as envisioned and embraced by many realistic visionary advocates.
Eduardo Pisani, CEO of All.can International, discusses the cancer organisation’s recently-published landmark report entitled Harnessing data for better cancer care.
A novel study conducted at CERN’s CLEAR test facility paves the way for novel electron-based cancer therapy using high-energy electron beams that can be focused onto deep-seated cancerous tumours.
Scientists have successfully reproduced mammalian life through a novel in vitro procedure that utilises stem cell technology.
A team of Swedish researchers have devised an innovative method to produce functional cartilage by 3D bioprinting stem cells. Today, several hundreds of millions of...
A new study has indicated that the combination of computer vision and Artificial Intelligence (AI) may enhance IVF treatment.
Novel research conducted on mouse models may help to combat cardiac atrophy experienced by astronauts during long-period space flight.
Researchers at the University of Zurich have used fluorescence microscopy and machine learning to recognise cells with viral infections.
Boris Johnson has announced the government’s new strategy for turning the United Kingdom into a global superpower of science and technology.
A novel robot has potentially changed the landscape of future cardiac surgery, mitigating fatigue and radiation exposure for human operators.
Scientists have developed an innovative predictive model that employs AI to calculate the likelihood of viruses spreading from animals.
Researchers at the University of Nottingham have developed a novel 3D printing method, boosting the performance of custom medical devices and increasing their bacterial resistance.
A group of nanoengineers has manufactured a highly efficient 3D bioprinter that will potentially transform the landscape of drug development.
A team of scientists have developed an innovative strategy for manipulating insulin production that utilises the commonly used smartwatch.
Researchers at Boston University (BU) have used computer simulations of the brain to predict language recovery in stroke survivors.
Machine learning algorithms will potentially advance the search for natural product drugs for cancers, viral infections, and other conditions.