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Smart microscopy works out where to take the picture

Is it possible to know exactly where to point a microscope in order to capture the precise moment a bacterium or a virus infects a cell? In order to take high resolution microscopic images of living biological material, you ...

Light-induced acceleration of intracellular delivery

Cell membranes are barriers that maintain cellular homeostasis, and the intracellular delivery of biologically functional molecules, including peptides, proteins, and nucleic acids to manipulate cellular functions. Conventional ...

Drugs from the deep: scientists explore ocean frontiers

Some send divers in speed boats, others dispatch submersible robots to search the seafloor, and one team deploys a "mud missile"—all tools used by scientists to scour the world's oceans for the next potent cancer treatment ...

Chemically modified nanosheets for biomedical applications

In a recent study, researchers from the Department of Organic Chemistry (OC) and Materials Research Centre (MRC), Indian Institute of Science (IISc), show that surface modifications of two-dimensional molybdenum disulfide ...

New method can provide rapid detection of food adulteration

University of Missouri scientist Colleen Ray can now add the job of "food detective" to her resumé. Recently, Ray and colleagues in the Department of Chemistry developed a novel method—using nuclear magnetic resonance ...

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