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    Wearable electronics powered by human sweat

    A group of scientists from Japan has successfully developed and tested a wearable biofuel cell array that generates electric power from the lactate in...

    Novel “Hydrogel” Carriers for Anti-Cancer Drugs Offer New Hope for Cancer Treatment

    Hydrogels are often used as drug delivery systems, but to be effective carriers for anti-cancer drugs, they need to be responsive to varied stimuli...

    Betting on drones as smart agricultural tools for pesticide use in farms

    Drones could soon be adopted as essential tools for various agricultural tasks; however, with respect to their use in farm management, research is still...

    Using a menthol-like compound to activate plant immune mechanisms

    Certain chemicals can activate the innate defence mechanisms of plants, and researchers at the Tokyo University of Science are working on ways to use...

    Quantitative Detection of Fatty Liver Disease by Assessing Fat Distribution in the Liver

    Excessive fat accumulation in the liver can lead to serious medical problems, including liver failure. Thus, understanding the distribution of lipids within the liver...

    Immune receptor protein could hold key to treatment of autoimmune diseases

    TARM1 is a receptor protein whose role in the functioning of the immune system is unknown. In a new study, scientists from Japan, led...

    Elusive protein complex could hold the key to treating chromosomal disorders

    The cells in our body are constantly fighting off the threat of cancer by repairing damaged DNA. In a new study, scientists from the...

    Scientists Discover Target for Stroke Therapy in Blood-Brain Barrier

    The blood–brain barrier prevents immune cells from circulating freely in the brain, and the breakdown of its function is a major cause of post-stroke inflammation....

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