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Health Innovation

Watch A Swarm of Nanobots Swim Through Eye To Deliver Medicine

Andrea D. Steffen
The human eyeballs encompass substances that are difficult to penetrate. These obstacles make successful ocular drug delivery challenging. The current method of topical administration to treat diseases in the anterior of the eye works, but
Environment Nature Sustainability

Cockroach Farms: Where Billions Of Cockroaches Process Our Food Waste

Andrea D. Steffen
“It’s like turning trash into resources.” – Li Hongyi, Shandong Qiaobin chairwoman 50-55 tonnes of kitchen waste is the equivalent in weight to seven adult elephants. This is how much food waste is fed to
Health

Nature Reveals A Way For Our Body To Self Destroy Cancer

Andrea D. Steffen
Within each and every cell of your body is an embedded kill switch reports a Northwestern University Feinberg School of Medicine study. Its function serves to cause the self-destruction of cells that become cancerous. When
Health Innovation Technology

Molecule Making 3D Printer Can Create Billions Of Combinations

Aaron Jackson
A new molecule-making machine has been created by chemists at the University of Illinois. The machine could do for chemistry what 3D printing does for engineering, allowing people to make complex small molecules fast, flexible,
Health Nature

Fighting Bacteria With Sloth Fur

M Caulfield
As bacteria becomes increasingly resistant to antibiotics, so do many struggles arise when it comes to fighting disease. It is very easy to take for granted that we can care for a small infection with

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