A new study into the enzyme Cdc34 may make it possible to target the enzyme specifically to develop new cancer therapeutics.
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MIT engineers have designed tiny robots that can help drug-delivery nanoparticles push their way out of the bloodstream and into a tumour or another disease site.
Researchers have implemented oxygen sensitive nanoparticles into a gel material that can be used for 3D printing of complex, biofilm and tissue-like structures...
Expert view: It’s an exciting time for the use of stem cells in research and the treatment of human disease
The Nobel Prize-winning observations and discoveries of John B. Gurdon and Shinya Yamanaka have ignited an explosion of excitement around the potential use of stem cells in research and treatment of human disease.
High-content assays using 3D objects, such as cysts or organoids, can be challenging from the perspectives of both image acquisition and image analysis.
SMi’s 3D Cell Culture conference will gather together a room full of CEOs, scientific pioneers and senior decision makers directly under one roof...
Engineers have demonstrated a technique for making 3-D-printed biomaterials that can degrade on demand, which can be useful in making intricately patterned microfluidic devices...
A scientific collaboration has developed vascularised 3-D bioprinted liver tissue constructs, providing more precise drug toxicity testing...
A mixed reality system which allows medical practitioners to view and interact with virtual replicas of patients’ organs, bones or body parts is being developed by academics.
Degeneration of cartilage and other joint tissues is a major cause of disability.
'Mini organs' may aid in understanding and treating respiratory diseases.
A team of researchers have generated cartilage tissue by printing stem cells using a 3D-bioprinter...
In a collaboration between Swedish and Italian researchers, the aim was to analyse how the brain interprets information from a virtual experience of touch, created by a finger prosthesis with artificial sensation. The result was – completely unexpectedly – a new method for measuring brain health.