1 January 1970
Posted by: Richard Scrase
Researchers have designed small particles - ‘nanoparticles' - that are able to selectively bind to plaques in arteries.
Scientists using mice have developed a new way to deliver gene therapies.
A group of scientists has harnessed the power of bee venom and used it to kill tumour cells in mice.
Scientists have harnessed the power of magnetism to guide stem cells towards damaged tissue in rats.
The barrier between blood vessels and the brain may no longer limit the delivery of medicines to tumours, research on rats shows.
Scientists have developed nanoparticles that boost the effectiveness of vaccines in mice by mimicking part of the natural immune response.
Scientists have used radioactive gold nanoparticles fused to a chemical found in tea to shrink prostate tumours in mice.