A proposed platform uses nanoparticles or magnetic levitation to spot a "fingerprint" for COVID-19 diagnosis and checking death risk.
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A new imaging technique sends nanoparticles into living cells to reveal important information about cell structure—including how tumor cells physically change as they form a tumor.
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The super-thin, stretchy material could be useful in medical wearable electronics because it's so breathable. That makes it better for long-term use.
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A technology researchers originally developed to treat wastewater could potentially be useful in capturing and killing the coronavirus.
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Tiny nanocardboard probes that weigh less than a fruit fly could levitate through the Martian skies to gather data.
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Scientists have designed plate-nanolattices, nanometer-sized carbon structures, that are stronger than diamonds as a ratio of strength to density.
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Researchers created synthetic microparticles more complex than the most intricate in nature. They could improve sensors, electronics, and more.
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A new method could tackle the antibiotic-resistant genes of superbug bacteria with a "trap and zap" method. It could keep resistance from spreading.
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