A new electronic "nose" helps scientists determine combination of gases in the atmosphere.
Researchers have created a flexible and transparent pressure sensor that can accurately measure pressure distribution.
Researchers have created 3-D structures of cubosomes, which is allowing them to examine the internal features of cubosomes.
New findings could actually improve practices for current biotech crops. Scientists have discovered that multiple toxins in transgenic crops don't help when it comes to pest control.
Imagine a moth flapping its way through a disaster area, flying over regions that are too dangerous for humans. Now imagine if you could control that moth in order to assess an area, bringing back critical data for search and rescue missions.
Scientists have taken a closer look at marine fluorescence and have managed to decipher the structural components related to fluorescence brightness, revealing how animals manage to glow.
Performance enhancing drugs have been an issue in professional baseball for what seems like a lifetime. From cocaine and amphetamine use in the 70s to the ritualistic routine PED use by guilty players such as Alex Rodriguez and Ryan Braun. Who is to blame?
To produce proteins on an industrial scale without using living cells is the ambitious goal of cell-free bioproduction. This method would help to produce biological ingredients more quickly and with fewer resources than conventional techniques allow.
Until now, a special kind of fungus needed a biotech material 60 times more expensive than gold to produce an enzyme needed for the production of biofuel, making it an uneconomically costly process.
You know that summer is here when juicy red strawberries start to appear on the shelves. In Germany, this seasonal fruit has never been more popular: on average 3.5 kilos per head were consumed in 2012 - a full kilogram more than ten years ago. Scientists from the Technische Universität München (T...
Replacing missing teeth with new bioengineered teeth, grown from stem cells generated from a person's own gum cells, is a future method that could be superior to the currently used implant technology, but for now not all required pieces are in place.
Bioengineers from the University of California, San Diego have demonstrated a new injectable hydrogel that can repair damage from heart attacks, help the heart grow new tissue and blood vessels, and get the heart moving closer to how a healthy heart should in a study in pigs.