Nanomachines engineered to drill into cancer cells killing them in just 60 seconds

1 year ago — 1.5 min read

An international team, including bio-engineers from Durham University, have used motorised molecules driven by light to drill holes in the membranes of cancer cells - killing them. The new technique...

DNA Replication Filmed For The First Time

2 years ago — 1.5 min read

Researchers have recorded up-close footage of a single DNA molecule replicates itself. New footage showing DNA Replication is raising questions about how we have always assumed the process works.

MIT engineers a moisture-responsive workout suit

2 years ago — 1 min read

Engineers at MIT have designed a moisture-responsive workout suit. Ventilating flaps are lined with live cells and can open and close in response to an athlete’s sweat. The flaps (which...

STAT announces the most innovative idea of 2016 – A prosthetic arm that can ‘feel’

2 years ago — 1 min read

Born to Engineer favourite STAT has just announced the winner of its "most innovative idea" poll that pitted 32 innovative discoveries published in peer-reviewed journals last year against one another...

#automationrevolution The rise of the intelligent automated workforce

2 years ago — 3.5 min read

Robot revolution Losing jobs to technology is nothing new. Since the industrial revolution, roles that were once exclusively performed by humans have been slowly but steadily replaced by some form...

Latest grants from the UK’s Pancreatic Cancer Research Fund announced

2 years ago — 1.5 min read

The UK's Pancreatic Cancer Research Fund (PCRF) has awarded funding to five groundbreaking projects that will include making existing cancer treatments more effective