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Nanoparticles pluck cancer cells from the bellies of mice.
Genetically engineered cells make their own nanomagnets, providing clear MRI images.
A new material can break through a cell membrane without killing the cell.
New composites could lead to better food packaging, and to lighter car and airplane parts.
A new delivery system chokes a tumor’s blood supply while sparing healthy tissues.
Researchers use unique molecular signatures to visualize the body.
Researchers create three-dimensional structures using DNA-directed assembly.
Nanoparticles allow researchers to initiate biochemical events at will.
A new inkjet-printed technology enables a different kind of wireless connectivity between devices.
A new nanoscale tool reveals strong electric fields inside cells.