A new device uses inexpensive, low-power magnets and lasers to create images for materials and biomedical applications.
Will nano-engineered implants set kidney patients free?
Improved imaging methods could help identify those most at risk for developing memory disorders.
An ingested wireless capsule that can help clinicians diagnose digestive disorders is ready for patients.
New techniques to capture single thought processes open up new possibilities for neuro-imaging.
A smaller cyclotron could bring proton radiation therapy to more patients.
Watching live neurons in adult mice, MIT’s Elly Nedivi has found a surprising amount of growth.
Mice studies show that nanoparticles filled with tumor-destroying drugs have promise as a way to effectively target and kill ovarian cancer cells.
Using carbon nanotubes as small electrodes might one day lead to safe and effective retinal implants.
Touch-based interfaces get to the point.