Insight into how carrier molecules move through tumors could lead to safer cancer treatments.
New biosensors could provide an inexpensive and portable way to detect everything from drugs to signs of cancer.
Drugs that boost the protein clumping that occurs during neurodegenerative disease could provide a new route to treatment.
Is a cancer treatment actually helping? Nanoparticles that detect cell death may supply a quick answer.
A photo essay: Inside Genetech’s South San Francisco manufacturing plant
MIT’s Sangeeta Bhatia demonstrates how to grow miniature liver tissues in the lab.
A new imaging technique can spot potential clots in arteries.
Glowing carbon nanotubes could sniff out the DNA signatures of bioterrorism agents.
DNA tests to find out your ancestry are growing in popularity. But do they really work? And are they worth it?
AFM, a nanotech workhorse, just got far faster and more precise.