Intravaginal ring providing dual protection is first of its kind to enter a clinical trial
Laronda et al. developed a strategy to engineer an ovarian system that could restore systemic hormone regulation without the use of potentially cancerous tissue or cells.
The goal is to culture tissues on a single platform that pumps media from one tissue to the other.
Nanotechnology shows promise for more accurate prostate cancer screening and prognosis
The BBC profiled new research from Malcolm MacIver, who has developed agile fish robots that could vastly improve underwater vehicles
Researchers created a synthetic graft for ACL reconstruction that integrates with the native bone, promotes growth of new ligament tissue, and stabilizes the knee.
The device could replace radiation therapy for breast cancer patients
Northwestern University faculty member Milan Mrksich was on Capitol Hill last week testifying before Congress on issues critical to keeping the country scientifically competitive.