Hydrogel Casts Could Become the New Way to Control Bleeding Disorders

Researchers from Harvard's Wyss Institute for Biologically Inspired Engineering, Brigham and Women's Hospital the Mayo Clinic and MIT have come together in a study...

Cancer Evades Immune System Through the Help of MicroRNA

Our immune system has the ability to destroy cancer cells and does so automatically. However, the cancerous tumors often remain, and a new study...

Molecule Building Robots are Here

As technology advances so do the world of robotics and this month brings a lot of excitement to scientists at The University of Manchester...

The Next Wave of Microchips Could Take Personalized Medicine to a Whole New Level

A new form of microchip has been developed by researchers at Wyss Institute that can replicate the functions of various living organs including the...

Is Indium the Way to Go for the Next Wave of Efficient Battery Storage?

As researchers search for the next best wave of a battery to replace the lithium-ion ones that we've all become to rely on but...

Researchers Develop New System That Allows the Transferring of Code Across Programs

A new system has been created by researchers at MIT's Computer Science and Artificial Intelligence Laboratory (CSAIL) that will enable programmers to transfer code...

Scientists Uncover Graphene Superlattices

The first new type of quantum oscillation seen in 30 years has been reported recently thanks to researchers led by the University of Manchester....

Do you Know How Tight is Your Smartphone’s Security?

You may be one of the many millions of people who own a smartphone that requires your fingerprint to gain access to it. This...

Researchers Get One Step Closer to Securing Long-Distance Quantum Communication

Securing long-distance quantum communication could be just around the corner if this latest research has anything to do with it. While quantum communication over...

Another Breakthrough for Batteries Beyond Lithium

We may have got used to lithium-ion batteries and to be fair they have served us well over the past few years. However, it's...

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