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Tracking Cell Death with Microcapsules and Nanotec 

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Researching for a Cancer Cure

medical illustration of Therapeutic cells can be used to combat diseases, but it’s difficult to track their viability. Microspheres made of a biomaterial called alginate protect cells from the immune system and contain nanosensors (nanospheres) that can sense if the therapeutic cells are still alive. (Nano, technology, research)
Next medical illustration of Neurologists say an innovative learning method could modify brain activity to help people recuperate from an accident or disease, learn a new language or even fly a plane. In the future, a person may be able to watch a computer screen and have his or her brain patterns modified to improve physical or mental performance. Artwork created for the National Science Foundation.

Neurology Learning

Therapeutic cells can be used to combat diseases, but it’s difficult to track their viability. Microspheres made of a biomaterial called alginate protect cells from the immune system and contain nanosensors (nanospheres) that can sense if the therapeutic cells are still alive. (Nano, technology, research)

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