Professor Madhu Bhaskaran creates devices to assess the biometrics of the human body and helps patients feel again.
Some of the thickest Arctic ice broke open in May 2020 with a 3000-square-kilometer crack called a “polynya.”
Researchers create a new biocompatible patch that could enhance the clinical treatment of tissue injury by speeding up wound healing.
The “Magic Bookmark” blurs the boundary between the digital and the analogue.
By using the advantage of hybrid nanomaterials, researchers may have unlocked a new pharmacological route for treating degenerative diseases.
The effects of some of the world’s blackest materials on our atmosphere.
Robots that drive on screws can simultaneously dig up space regolith while anchoring the craft in low-gravity environments.
A biomaterials platform offers a stable center within the body for antibody development against SARS-CoV-2.
Meteorite exploding in the Earth’s atmosphere thought to be responsible for sudden and violent destruction of city 3600 years ago.
Bioengineer Canan Dağdeviren is living her dream, decoding physical patterns of the human body in order to diagnose and cure diseases.