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Using graphene to produce sensitive molecule sensor.

The Air Force Research Lab has announced the Materials Science and Engineering Data Challenge.

This is the first award of the journal of this sort with the purpose of identifying young outstanding researchers in the research fields.

We are delighted to announce the release of the first issue of Biotribology.

New research published in Biomaterials shows flu vaccines delivered using microneedles that dissolves in the skin.

SoftwareX is now open for submissions.

A gentle approach to capturing individual cancer cells from patients’ blood could aid diagnosis and treatment.

Researchers are now studying what happens when different drugs come in contact with this silver coating.

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A team of bioengineers have developed a new protein-based gel that mimics many of the properties of skin and blood vessels.

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Researchers have confirmed diamond’s credentials as a bioimplant material and devised a protocol for culturing neurons from stem cells on its surface.

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