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Heterogeneously integrated flexible microwave amplifiers on a cellulose nanofibril substrate

Heterogeneously integrated flexible microwave amplifiers on a cellulose nanofibril substrate

Abstract: Low-cost flexible microwave circuits with compact size and light weight are highly desirable for flexible wireless communication and other…
Sub-nanowatt microfluidic single-cell calorimetry

Sub-nanowatt microfluidic single-cell calorimetry

Abstract: Non-invasive and label-free calorimetry could become a disruptive technique to study single cell metabolic heat production without altering the…
Dynamic and scalable DNA-based information storage

Dynamic and scalable DNA-based information storage

Abstract: The physical architectures of information storage systems often dictate how information is encoded, databases are organized, and files are…
High-throughput automated organoid culture via stem-cell aggregation in microcavity arrays

High-throughput automated organoid culture via stem-cell aggregation in microcavity arrays

Abstract: Stem-cell-derived epithelial organoids are routinely used for the biological and biomedical modelling of tissues. However, the complexity, lack of…
A fidget spinner for the point-of-care diagnosis of urinary tract infection

A fidget spinner for the point-of-care diagnosis of urinary tract infection

Abstract: The point-of-care detection of pathogens in biological samples in resource-limited settings should be inexpensive, rapid, portable, simple and accurate.…
A genome-wide gain-of-function screen identifies CDKN2C as a HBV host factor

A genome-wide gain-of-function screen identifies CDKN2C as a HBV host factor

Abstract: Chronic HBV infection is a major cause of liver disease and cancer worldwide. Approaches for cure are lacking, and…
Cephalopod-inspired optical engineering of human cells

Cephalopod-inspired optical engineering of human cells

Abstract: Although many animals have evolved intrinsic transparency for the purpose of concealment, the development of dynamic, that is, controllable…
Analysis of human metabolism by reducing the complexity of the genome-scale models using redHUMAN

Analysis of human metabolism by reducing the complexity of the genome-scale models using redHUMAN

Abstract: Altered metabolism is associated with many human diseases. Human genome-scale metabolic models (GEMs) were reconstructed within systems biology to…
Artifact-free and high-temporal-resolution in vivo opto-electrophysiology with microLED optoelectrodes

Artifact-free and high-temporal-resolution in vivo opto-electrophysiology with microLED optoelectrodes

Abstract: The combination of in vivo extracellular recording and genetic-engineering-assisted optical stimulation is a powerful tool for the study of…
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