Materials could be Delivered on Cue Using Resealable, Tiny Packets

A recipe that could mimic miniscule capsules delivering signaling molecules from one place to another in our bodies has been created by researchers from the University of Chicago. The announcement was made by Juan de Pablo, the university’s Institute for Molecular Engineering Liew Family Professor in the journal Nature Chemistry. Just as Ziploc bags, resealable, tiny synthetic packets created by the research team are said to release their contents at

Genetic Changes in Rat Brains Found with Persistent Exposure to Air Pollution

A Cedars-Sinai study has found the presence of cancer-related genes and inflammation triggered in the brains of rats due to extended exposure to air pollution particles in the Los Angeles Basin. The medical center’s Nanomedicine Research Center director, Julia Ljubimova, MD, PhD pointed out the role of nickel or certain other coarse air pollution materials in genetic changes associated with disease development. The study actually found markers that indicated their

Research Shows How to Build Better Beta Peptides Creating New Biomaterials

Researchers have brought to light probably for the first time the possibility of attaching self-assembling beta peptides onto dissimilar organic molecules. Posing challenges to bioengineers earlier, some molecules could now be put to use to create new varieties of materials. This research has been put out in the journal APL Bioengineering. Including a scaffold that could bear the growth of nerve cells, a range of beta-foldamers was aimed to prepare

Thin Smart Patch, Similar to Marine Skin Can Now Track and Monitor Behaviour of Marine Animals

In order to study the behaviour of marine animals, a smart patch called marine skin can be used. This thing Marine skin can be turned on a wide range of sea creatures in order to study the behaviour and is based on stretchable silicone elastomers which can be subjected to sharing, stretching, and twisting without getting affected. The Marine skin does not get affected even when exposed to high pressures

Time Crystals Found by Physicists at Yale

Physicists at Yale have discovered time crystals, which is a form of matter that takes when it is exposed to the pulses of electromagnetic waves. The discovery has led to several questions which need to be answered such as How are time crystals formed in the first place? Time crystals atoms spin periodically in One Direction and then in another due to a pulsating force which flips them and this