Sytems that interact with cell and tissue barriers in the body are being developed to improve therapeutic delivery and promote healing.
Asia is an increasingly important center of biotech research and development, with multiple hubs of activity across the continent.
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A new bioprinting technique has advanced tissue engineers’ ability to create free-form shapes and achieve high cell viability.
Understanding the bivalve genome and the mechanisms of how they fight disease could lead to new drugs, therapies, and novel biomaterials.
Bob Langer of MIT shares his predictions on where he sees the profession of chemical engineering heading over the next 25 years.
James revisits his 2008 predictions and looks at the next 25 years, with an eye on how chemical and biological engineers will play a role in solving the world's greatest challenges.
In an attempt to find alternatives to conventional recycling, researchers at the Technical University of Munich took inspiration from nature to create a self-disposing supramolecular material with
The RE Society Journal interviewed Cato T. Laurencin, M.D., Ph.D. to discuss the field of regenerative engineering.
Samir Mitragotri was the winner of the 2015 Andreas Acrivos Award for Professional Progress in Chemical Engineering.
Research suggests that flakes of graphene welded together into solid materials may have potential for use as bone implants.
Scientists at the University of Massachusetts Amherst have developed a biological nanowire that could help make nanoelectronics greener.
British researchers have created a bandage that warns of common infections by turning a fluorescent green within four hours of pathogen detection.
Any company that prefers stability over the trauma of change should avoid the energy business for the next couple of decades.
With oil trading at $60 a barrel and predicted to soon hit another wall, everyone's yanking the emergency brakes on new oil exploration.