A newly discovered casein-based alternative is biodegradable, sustainable and even edible
Color-changing polymer developed by University of Pennsylvania reveals head trauma, helping flag injuries that might have gone untreated
Engineered molecular 'superglue' from necrotizing fasciitis can be a new way to detect tumor cells circulating in the blood.
Military cosmetic that shields the skin from extreme heat of over 1,000 degree Fahrenheit.
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Researchers at the American Chemical Society introduced a material that mimics human blood cells.
Will portable electronics be powered by the human body? Scientists at the Georgia Institute of Technology think so.
Scientists are using a micro-organism to develop powered garments that would allow soldiers to carry less.