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Scientists find a safer, more effective cancer therapy

Radiation that used to treat half of all cancer patients can be measured during treatment for the first time with precise 3D imaging.

Wireless device detects coronavirus with magnetostrictive composite plates

What if you could tell if your surroundings contained COVID-19 particles or droplets the moment they or you entered the vicinity?

Stanford engineers develop new wearable device to monitor tumor size

Engineers at Stanford University have created a small, autonomous device with a stretchable and flexible sensor that can be adhered to the skin to...

Durable coating can kill COVID virus, other germs in minutes

Scientists from the University of Michigan developed the first durable coating that can quickly kill bacteria and viruses, and keep on killing them for...

Scientists bring cultured meat closer to your kitchen table

Researchers at UCLA have created an edible particle that helps make lab-grown meat, known as cultured meat, with more natural muscle-like texture using a...

What you need to know about GMO foods

Genetically modified organism (GMO) foods have been available to consumers since the early 1990s. Since then, FDA, EPA, and USDA have worked together to ensure...

Methane-eating bacteria could convert greenhouse gas into fuel

Methanotrophic bacteria consume 30 million metric tons of methane per year. They have captivated researchers for their natural ability to convert the potent greenhouse gas...

New sensor could capture brain signals in record-breaking resolution

A team of engineers, surgeons and medical researchers based at the University of California San Diego has developed brain sensors that record electrical signals directly from the...

Bacteria maybe the future of oil spill and radioactive waste cleanup

Bacteria are often painted as our adversaries, but when it comes to oil spills, toxic chemicals, and radioactive waste, they could be what save...

New process could turn ordinary clothing into biosensors

They say you are what you wear. New biosensor technology created at the University of Utah's College of Engineering makes that even more true. Chemical engineering...