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Developing soft and flexible biocompatible electronic devices

Developing soft and flexible biocompatible electronic devices

Currently, medical devices used for pacemakers and implants are clunky, rigid, and non-biocompatible. Now, scientists are one step closer to developing soft and flexible...
Exploring cannabinoid bioavailability in the medical cannabis industry

Exploring cannabinoid bioavailability in the medical cannabis industry

When medication is consumed it must reach the intended site of action, but what is the degree and rate at which it is absorbed...
Enterobacteria grown on a selective agar plate. Part of the commensal microbion.

Have researchers discovered a compound that can kill superbugs?

Researchers are testing a new drug that can kill a wide range of superbugs, including some antibiotic-resistant bacteria. The research team from the Brinkman Laboratory...
Diabetics can forget the needles, it’s all about non-invasive spectroscopy

Diabetics can forget the needles, it’s all about non-invasive spectroscopy

A study out of MIT suggests that measuring the chemical composition of skin could be used to monitor blood glucose levels. Diabetics must measure their...
Discover CUTISS’ personalised, automated skin tissue therapy

Discover CUTISS’ personalised, automated skin tissue therapy

CUTISS’ CEO Dr Daniela Marino explains the world of automated skin tissue therapy, focusing on the company’s next important milestone: clinical validation. Showcasing CUTISS’ personalised,...
European Week Against Cancer: advancing drug delivery to treat cancer

European Week Against Cancer: advancing drug delivery to treat cancer

As this week is European Week Against Cancer (EWAC), we speak to Dr Robert Langer, the first person to engineer polymers to advance drug...

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