The discovery can help to cure bacterial infections without inducing resistance or causing harm to good bacteria.
Biological engineer discusses condensing the time taken to develop therapeutics down from many years to a matter of months.
The novel approach, developed by MIT chemical engineers, could help create more efficient consumer products, including drugs, cosmetics, and food.
MIT engineers devise a temporary film that may help treat diabetes, infections, and other conditions.
Researchers have designed a simple, low-cost device for subcutaneous injection of viscous formulations.
MIT engineers are using computing modeling to prevent microparticles from clogging during injections.
Studies of drug absorption in the small intestine could help researchers identify medicines that can be taken orally.
Long-lasting capsule can remain in the stomach and release contraceptive drugs over several weeks.
Coating particles with “right-handed” molecules could help them penetrate cancer cells more easily.
Study shows tumors with softer, larger cells at their periphery are more likely to spread; may suggest new route for cancer therapy.
Coated pill carries microneedles that deliver insulin and other drugs to the lining of the small intestine.