Superhydrophillic nanoparticles coat condoms to trap water and make them more resilient and easier to use.
Researchers develop a flu vaccine patch that not only takes away the sting, but can be self-administered. Continue reading →
The ABC syringe uses an intelligent ink that turns red when exposed to carbon dioxide, alerting doctors of potential contamination. Continue reading →
To better understand a strain of avian flu, researchers want to genetically modify it, potentially making it more dangerous.
QR-coded condoms link to a website so you can map where you had sex.
Genes are removed from viruses so they don't harm patients, but slow the growth of cancer cells and even kill them.
Buckminsterfullerenes, also known as buckyballs, seem to have stalled aging in rats. Are humans next?
Genetically engineered bacteria detect toxins or disease and turn on the appropriate indicator colors.
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