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Immunotherapy

Immunotherapy for Deadly Bacteria Shows Early Promise

If immunotherapy—the harnessing of the body’s immune system—can destroy cancer cells, as has been demonstrated, why not try to trigger the body’s immune system...
CTC devices

Engineering a Better Cancer Blood Test to Detect Tumors Early

For years, bioengineer Yaling Liu has been in pursuit of the deadly tumor cell. Liu has been perfecting a microfluidic device the size of two quarters...
terahertz semiconductor laser

A Powerful Laser Breakthrough

The ability to harness light into an intense beam of monochromatic radiation in a laser has revolutionized the way we live and work for...
metallurgy

The Discovery of Ordered, Segregation-induced Superstructures at General Grain Boundaries Challenges...

A team of researchers found that randomly selected, high-angle, general grain boundaries in a nickel-bismuth (Ni-Bi) polycrystalline alloy can undergo interfacial reconstruction to form ordered...
plant cell

Plant Cell Walls’ Stretch-but-don’t-break Growth More Complex than Once Thought

Plant cell wall growth is typically described as a simple process, but researchers using a microscope that can resolve images on the nanoscale level...