Unique Mode of Cancer Cell Migration Observed on Soft and Squishy Surfaces
Engineers from Stanford found a unique mode of cancer cell migration on soft and squishy materials that are similar to biological tissues. Find out more.
3D ‘Lung-on-a-Chip’ Model: New Therapy Testing for COVID-19
Researchers have designed a 3D "lung-on-a-chip" model that replicates human alveolar lung tissue to test new therapies for Covid-19 and other lung conditions.
Artificial Embryo Created from Human Skin Cells
Two independent studies talk about how they turned ordinary skin cells into artificial embryos similar to a fertilized human egg and an early human embryo.
Retinal Implant Can Give Partial Vision to the Blind
Restoring eyesight has been a big challenge for scientists. Engineers from EPFL have developed a retinal implant technology that seeks to solve this challenge.
Better Control of Prosthetic Limbs Possible: New Surgical Procedure
Researchers from MIT have invented a new kind of amputation surgery that can help amputees better control their prosthetic limbs.
A Change In Lifestyle Can Prove To Be A Bad Omen
Most of our days start late and are backed by the freshness that our morning coffee or...
Are Horns Growing On Youngsters Due To Excess Cellphone Usage?
Phone addiction has been a subject of debate for a long time now. The kids of the...