Mending cuts, growing bones and delivering drugs are just some uses of this cutting-edge technology.
To better protect against STDs and pregnancy, researchers have created an electrospun cloth loaded with drugs that women can insert directly.
Instead of filling landfills with electronic waste, researchers have created electronics that simply disappear when submerged in hot water.
Researchers at the University of Texas at Austin have developed strips containing benzocaine that can be used to relieve pain.
'Transient Electronics' are made of silk and silicon, have many possible applications, and can ‘disappear’ on a pre-set schedule to reduce e-waste.
Revolutionary packaging disappears in water and is also edible.