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Researchers find a new way to precisely target cancer drugs.
Particles the size and shape of bacteria could more effectively deliver medicine to cells.
Nanoparticles pluck cancer cells from the bellies of mice.
A new formulation could bring a promising drug back to the clinic.
A new material can break through a cell membrane without killing the cell.
A new shape for nanoparticles helps deliver imaging agents.
Biotech pioneer Leroy Hood explains how systems biology will impact medicine.
A new delivery system chokes a tumor’s blood supply while sparing healthy tissues.
Microcontainers could improve cancer treatment by carrying nanoparticles directly to tumors.
A new kind of nanoscopic valve that responds to pH changes may allow for the targeted release of drugs.