A 3-D printable ink developed by Northwestern scientists produces synthetic bone implants with unique properties to induce bone regeneration.
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A Northwestern University research team is developing a tool to rapidly test millions and perhaps even billions or more different nanoparticles at one time to zero in on the best particle for a specific use, including for medical applications.
Scientist Chad Mirkin, PhD, has been recognized with the prestigious 2016 Dan David Prize, in the Future Time dimension, for his trailblazing breakthroughs in nanoscience that hold great promise for improvement of our world.
Northwestern University scientists used fruit fly genetics to understand how developing cells normally switch to a restricted, or specialized, state and how that process might go wrong in cancer.
A recent study sheds new light on how an animal’s biological clock wakes it up in the morning and puts it to sleep at night.
Northwestern University has received a five-year, $11.7 million grant from the National Cancer Institute to use nanotechnology to develop next-generation cancer treatments.
John A. Rogers, PhD, a materials scientist and pioneer in the field of bio-integrated electronic devices, will join Northwestern University with appointments in the McCormick School of Engineering and Feinberg School of Medicine.
New Northwestern Medicine research shows spherical nucleic acids can silence a gene that interferes with wound healing, opening the door to new treatments for diabetic skin wounds, as well as many other conditions.
Northwestern Medicine scientists are leading a research team that will study a pair of identical twins to determine how living in space for long durations affects the human body.
A $10 million gift from Ronald and JoAnne Willens to Northwestern University’s International Institute for Nanotechnology will establish an interdisciplinary research center that will use advances in nanotechnology to develop new cancer treatments.