Researchers at MIT have developed a novel way to deliver medication through the skin using nanoemulsions, or mixtures of liquids suspended within each other.
Researchers have developed bioinks that can deliver proteins that can drive cellular fate and functions—called therapeutics—to specific locations inside the body
Researchers have achieved new structures that can mimic the seamless interconnection of bone and cartilage needed to repair serious sports-related injuries.
Researchers at MIT have used magnetism as a new transport method for tiny robots that can send nanoparticles to diseased areas within the body for targeted treatment.
A new bioprinting method for artificial vascular networks could one day lead to on-demand supply of 3D-printed artificial organs.
Building batteries smaller than the diameter of a human hair could power nano-scale electronics, changing how circuits and sensors are designed.
UK-based Ilika has created a new miniature solid-state lithium ion battery that can power innovative medtech devices.
Researchers at the University of Toronto have developed a nano-sized bot that can probe directly inside human cells to further cancer and other disease research and treatments.
Researchers have developed a tiny device that can be integrated into pacemakers to harvest energy from the heart, eliminating the need for batteries.
Harvard University has developed a biocompatible sensor to help diagnose children with potential neuromotor and cognitive disorders.