SUTD leads in-depth review on the impending reality of 3D printed organs and analyses recent accomplishments, limitations and opportunities

Print me an organ -- Why are we not there yet?

Scientist hopes 'blueprint' leads to a new golden age of healthcare

Blueprint for nanomaterial development offers hope to newborns, elderly and busy doctors

Chemists distinguish multiple weak forces

Fundamental discoveries for future nanotools

How much light do you receive over the course of a day? What type of light enters your eyes? Spectrace, a new piece of wearable tech, could soon provide the ...

Combining science and design to measure our exposure to light

Researchers at the University of Bayreuth discover unique multifibrillar fibers

Unique polymer fibers: Light, strong, and tough

New proof-of-concept photonic pH sensor could advance studies of tissue regeneration

Tracking lab-grown tissue with light

Scientists convert diamonds' atomic flaws into atomic sensors with front-row seats to a quantum world of materials under extreme pressure

Tiny quantum sensors watch materials transform under pressure

In 2015, the first commercial nanopore DNA sequencing device was introduced by Oxford Nanopore Technologies. Based on a synthetically engineered transmembran...

Researchers create synthetic nanopores made from DNA

A new approach to trapping light in artificial photonic materials by a City College of New York-led team could lead to a tremendous boost in the transfer spe...

City College leads new photonics breakthrough

Using conductive nanodiamond as electrode material in a water-based cell significantly increases its energy storage capacity

Diamonds in your devices: powering the next generation of energy storage

'Buildings' in human bone may hold key to stronger 3D-printed lightweight structures

Bone-inspired architectured materials

The first sub-femtosecond study of the linear photon momentum transfer during an ionisation process provides unprecedented insight into the

A momentous view on the birth of photoelectrons

New technology lays groundwork for biosensors that improve disease diagnosis and monitoring

Chip-based optical sensor detects cancer biomarker in urine

A new material that stiffens 1,800-fold when exposed to heat could protect motorcyclists and racecar drivers during accidents.

Bio-inspired hydrogel can rapidly switch to rigid plastic

VTT developed an optical fibre made of cellulose, best suited for sensors that benefit from the biodegradability of the material

Optical fiber made of cellulose

Berkeley Lab scientists adapt microscopy technique to build and image peptoid nanosheets with unprecedented atomic precision

Freeze frame: Scientists capture atomic-scale snapshots of artificial proteins

Researchers trained material the same way as Pavlov trained dogs

Scientists have trained this piece of plastic to 'walk'

Researchers develop a mass-producible, centimeter-scale metalens for VR, imaging

Metalens grows up



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