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Wearable Patch Designed for Personal Warmth, Cooling

Heating-cooling patch

An electronic wearable device worn as a patch is designed to act like a personal heating or cooling system in uncomfortable ambient temperatures. . . . → Read More: Wearable Patch Designed for Personal Warmth, Cooling

3-D Printed Scaffold Helps Grow Skull Bone

Ramille Shah

A Northwestern University bio-materials lab demonstrated the growth of new bone in skulls of lab animals on scaffolds made with three-dimensional printers. . . . → Read More: 3-D Printed Scaffold Helps Grow Skull Bone

Scorpion-Derived Peptide Lights Up Brain Tumors

Results from a clinical trial show a peptide derived from scorpion venom illuminates brain tumor cells making removal of the tumors easier for surgeons. . . . → Read More: Scorpion-Derived Peptide Lights Up Brain Tumors

Economical, Sustainable Biochemical Process Devised

Vials with HMF

A chemical engineering lab designed a cost-effective process for a basic raw material to produce chemicals and plastics from plants. . . . → Read More: Economical, Sustainable Biochemical Process Devised

DNA Nanoscale Capsules Designed for Drug Delivery

DNA illustration

Researchers in Finland developed tiny drug-delivery capsules made of folded pieces of DNA, with the capsules opening and closing in specified chemical environments. . . . → Read More: DNA Nanoscale Capsules Designed for Drug Delivery

Simple Process Devised for Synthetic Mother-of-Pearl

Abalone shell

Researchers in the U.S. and Europe developed a simple, inexpensive, and sustainable process to grow synthetic nacre, also known as mother-of-pearl. . . . → Read More: Simple Process Devised for Synthetic Mother-of-Pearl

Leaf-Based Process Produces Low-Cost Enzymes

Tobacco plants

A University of Pennsylvania lab is developing a process for producing enzymes, chemicals from organisms that act as catalysts, in green leafy plants at low cost. . . . → Read More: Leaf-Based Process Produces Low-Cost Enzymes

NSF Funding Natural Agri-Chemical Technology

Nematode and egg

A start-up company spun-off from Cornell University is receiving a small business grant to develop in crop plants a natural protection against pathogens. . . . → Read More: NSF Funding Natural Agri-Chemical Technology

NIH Funding Nanodrugs to Prevent Opioid Addiction

Head in hands

A drug that invokes the immune system to block addictive effects of opioid pain drugs and heroin is in early development at Washington University in St. Louis. . . . → Read More: NIH Funding Nanodrugs to Prevent Opioid Addiction

Spider Silk Property Discovered with Robotics Uses

Moist spider web

Dragline silk, also known as spider silk, is found in a new study to have a property that makes the natural material suitable for artificial muscles and actuators in robotics. . . . → Read More: Spider Silk Property Discovered with Robotics Uses