#Cancer

German scientists kill cancer cells with nano-sized copper compounds

5 months ago — Long Read

A team of German scientists have succeeded in killing tumour cells in mice using nano-sized copper compounds together with immunotherapy. Best of all, after the therapy, the cancer did not...

New Nanocrystals could transform everything from cancer treatment to solar cells

6 months ago — Long Read

A team of scientists have used nontoxic silicon nanocrystals to convert low-energy photons into high-energy ones. The technique could lead improvements in everything from minimally invasive photodynamic treatments for cancer;...

Meet five young engineers are on a mission to make the world a better place

7 months ago — Long Read

New films just released by "Tomorrow's Engineers" showcase five inspiring British engineers and how their work impacts on our nation’s health and wellbeing. The films mark Tomorrow’s Engineers Week seventh...

Google AI can spot lung cancer a year before doctors

1 year ago — Quick Read

While Googles latest phones caught the headlines at this week's Googles i/o keynote - the internet giant also revealed its latest - potentially life-saving - advancements in AI tech. Google...

This Open Source Machine Learning Tool Predicts The Best Chemo Choice 80% of the time

1 year ago — Long Read

A new machine learning tool has been developed by bio-engineers at Georgia Tech. It can analyze a patients RNA and match them with the best chemo-drugs. It has matched patients...

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

3 years ago — Long 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...