Cancer-fighting nanorobots programmed to seek and destroy tumors: Study shows first applications of DNA origami for nanomedicine -- ScienceDaily

Cancer-fighting nanorobots programmed to seek and destroy tumors: Study shows first applications of DNA origami for nanomedicine

Cancer-fighting nanorobots programmed to seek and destroy tumors: Study shows first applications of DNA origami for nanomedicine -- ScienceDaily

Researchers have developed new wound dressings that dramatically accelerate healing and improve tissue regeneration. The two different types of nanofiber dressings, described in separate papers, use naturally-occurring proteins in plants and animals to promote healing and regrow tissue.

Drawing inspiration from plants and animals to restore tissue: Nanofiber dressings heal wounds, promote regeneration

Researchers have developed new wound dressings that dramatically accelerate healing and improve tissue regeneration. The two different types of nanofiber dressings, described in separate papers, use naturally-occurring proteins in plants and animals to promote healing and regrow tissue.

Proposed new regulations for 3D printed medical devices must go further

Proposed new regulations for 3D printed medical devices must go further

Researchers have found a way to turn cheap 3D printers into a simple method for making super-strong but light composite materials for things like aircraft.

printing materials are one of the most rapidly growing segments of the printing industry, and we have more high-tech and advanced material options than ev

A new paper takes a step toward realizing the promise of nanomaterials. It describes a new way to map material properties relationships that are highly multidimensional in nature.

Improving human-data interaction to speed nanomaterials innovation: New application of data analysis, visualization techniques achieves better representation of multidimensional materials data

A new paper takes a step toward realizing the promise of nanomaterials. It describes a new way to map material properties relationships that are highly multidimensional in nature.

From cheap prosthetic arms for landmine victims in Sudan to the promise of surgery on astronauts in space — 3D printing is sparking a healthcare revolution.

From cheap prosthetic arms for landmine victims in Sudan to the promise of surgery on astronauts in space — 3D printing is sparking a healthcare revolution.

3D printed body tissues becoming a reality - The Science Show - ABC Radio National (Australian Broadcasting Corporation)

3D printed body tissues becoming a reality - The Science Show - ABC Radio National (Australian Broadcasting Corporation)

Angelina Arora holding her plastic made from prawn shells.

Turning prawns into plastic: Schoolgirl Angelina Arora fights science stereotypes

3D printed sternum in world-first surgery - CSIRO

3D printed sternum in world-first surgery - CSIRO

Surgeon Dr Michael Wagels and Queensland Health Minister Cameron Dick discuss the operation with Reuben Lichter and his ...

Surgeon Dr Michael Wagels and Queensland Health Minister Cameron Dick discuss the operation with Reuben Lichter and his ...

Catalyst: Heartbeat: The Miracle Inside You - ABC TV Science

Catalyst: Heartbeat: The Miracle Inside You - ABC TV Science

Scientists continue to invent new colours for new applications thanks to nanoscale structures.

Butterfly wings and other natural wonders have inspired scientists to search for new sources of colour.

Science is like high-performance racing: today’s Formula One machine is all too soon the jalopy of tomorrow. The Australian Synchrotron, opened in 2007 and located in Melbourne, is currently at the F1…

Science is like high-performance racing: today’s Formula One machine is all too soon the jalopy of tomorrow. The Australian Synchrotron, opened in 2007 and located in Melbourne, is currently at the

UNESCO has declared 2014 as the International Year of Crystallography. But why? Quite simply because the science of crystallography has revolutionised how we live – and yet few people know about it. Crystallography…

UNESCO has declared 2014 as the International Year of Crystallography. Quite simply because the science of crystallography has revolutionised how we live – and yet few people know about it.

Around 100 years ago a father and his son in north England conducted an experiment that would revolutionise the way scientists study molecules. A refined version of their method still remains one of the…

On the computer screen in front of me are dust particles from the Wild 2 comet – a giant snowball of dirty ice and rock that is currently hurtling through deep space some 242 million miles away.

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