Nanoscience

UC San Diego nanofiber

Nanofiber feels forces and hears sounds made by cells

UCOP-funded research opens doors to measure interactions that couldn't be tracked before.

UCLA battery free

New battery-free implant is powered by your body

Supercapacitor could make pacemakers safer and more durable.

air water device UC Berkeley

Device pulls water from dry air, powered only by the sun

Breakthrough harvester could help provide for your home's water needs.

cellphone DNA UCLA

UCLA researchers turn cellphones into DNA detectors

System for identifying disease biomarkers rivals equipment costing thousands more.

UC San Diego retina nanoimplant

New nano-implant could one day help restore sight

High-tech, high resolution prosthesis is a major step toward functional vision.

UC Irvine snake venom

Snake bit? UC Irvine chemists figure out how to easily and cheaply halt venom’s spread

Molecular gel could save millions globally from death or disfigurement.

Nanoengineering professor Shaochen Chen 3D prints a biomimetic blood vessel network.

How 3-D printing could one day save lives

Researchers make 3-D printed blood vessel network.

UC Riverside paper reprintable

Reprintable paper becomes a reality

Cost and environmental impact are lessened with an inexpensive new coating.

DNA origami UC San Diego

Engineering undergrads use DNA origami to target cancer

Competitive biomedical team hopes folic acid weaving will unlock new treatments.

UC San Diego broadband absorber

'Near-perfect' broadband absorber invented

New technology could triple solar cell efficiencies and keep buildings cool.

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