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A polymer device trains immune cells to shrink tumors.
A new fuel cell uses a cheap nickel catalyst.
A paint additive will protect cars, bridges, and ships from corrosion.
Polymer patches hitched to the surfaces of immune cells can transport a variety of cargo.
An experimental drug for diabetes dispenses insulin in response to glucose levels.
Artificial antibodies could be used in cheap, field-ready toxin sensors.
Materials that change temperature in response to electric fields could keep computers–and kitchen fridges–cool.
Living Legos can be directed to form tissue-like structures.
An explosives detector that uses luminescent polymers is being field-tested in Iraq.
Researchers have discovered that if the films coating medical devices are soft enough, bacteria won’t stick to them.