Bioengineers from Sweden have managed to produce artificial muscle tissue that uses oxygen and glucose to extract the energy to contract the fibers and create movement.
Three true giants in cancer research met at the IBSA Foundation Forum "Revolutionary therapies for cancer", which was held in Lugano.
A weak electric current can accelerate the healing of wounds: there are several patches in the USA named wireless electroceutical dressing, or WED.
There is increased hope for sufferers of Huntington disease, thanks to a new drug called HTTRx.
Ninety-nine percent of airborne viruses can be eliminated if they are exposed to a bombardment of ions and highly-reactive molecule fragments.
An old drug, amphotericin B, used for decades against fungal infections, could also be useful for treating cystic fibrosis.
Researchers from the US have managed to identify more than 400 genes, the variants of which are associated with schizophrenia.
Thanks to an innovative technique developed in the USA, it will be easier to detect radioactivity in wide and crowded areas.
Discovering the composition of the indecipherable areas of the brain could soon be possible, thanks to diattenuation imaging.
Researchers from the MIT of Boston have been inspired by the biological mechanisms of the pufferfish to create a certain type of pill for diagnostic and curative purposes.