A new combination of drugs proves effective against advanced skin cancer, according to a three-year clinical study. Half of all participants showed a complete response, and after one year of treatment, 80 percent of participants survived.
Engineered molecules with glue-like properties open the door to regenerating tissues, healing wounds and regenerating nerves. The knowledge can also make it easier to study diseases.
Immunotherapy, inspired by revolutionary cancer treatment, eliminates disease-causing cells in MS-like disease.
A new method to describe energy loss in organic solar cells provides new insight that paves the way for more efficient devices.
Bacteria associated with the ancient disease leprosy can reprogram cells to make the liver grow.
A previously unknown process shows the way to better performance in rechargeable batteries.
New method can effectively make biogas from sludge in wastewater. Reduced costs mean that the method kills two birds with one stone.
The genes that make some algae brown, rather than green, help them to make their photosynthesis more efficient. The discovery of this gene points to a great potential in several fields.