Lab on a Chip
A lab on a chip is a device that combines the functions of multiple laboratory instruments on a single chip of silicon. The goal of lab on a chip technology is to make diagnosing diseases faster and cheaper.
Lipid nanoparticles are a drug delivery system that can be used to deliver a wide range of drugs, including anti-cancer agents, antibiotics, and other types of medications…
Some recent developments in biodefense and early pathogen detection
Emerging trends in biodefense include new therapeutics, the use of nanotechnology for detection, and synthetic biology methods like CRISPR.
The gut-brain axis: New therapeutic approaches and R&D
The gut and the brain communicate with each other via hormones, neurotransmitters and nerve signals. The gut-brain axis has been implicated in a variety of conditions, including obesity, anxiety and depression.
Ukrainian technology and R&D in aerospace, agriculture, health sciences, and materials
There are many technology and R&D activities in Ukraine, in aerospace, agriculture, health sciences, and materials, for example. This article highlights some of these activities.
Sonification: How to make data sing
Sonification is a method for turning data into sound. Here we write about example applications, ranging from cybersecurity to biology.
5 emerging technologies in telemedicine
Emerging technologies from materials science, manufacturing, and computing enable new telemedicine applications. Read about five recent examples discovered via Mergeflow.
The science and technology of the color blue
Discover how blue pigments enable energy storage, better use of solar energy, and medical applications such as immunotherapy and inflammation sensing.
Clinical trials on nutrition, wearables, and lifestyle
Consumer-grade wearables are on the rise in clinical trials. Read about trials that investigated the effects of nutrition and lifestyle on common diseases.