Infographic: Transfection by Precision Cell Piercing
Infographic: Transfection by Precision Cell Piercing
A microfluidic device creates a single hole in each cell to allow efficient DNA entry without compromising viability.
Infographic: Transfection by Precision Cell Piercing
Infographic: Transfection by Precision Cell Piercing

A microfluidic device creates a single hole in each cell to allow efficient DNA entry without compromising viability.

A microfluidic device creates a single hole in each cell to allow efficient DNA entry without compromising viability.

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Precision Membrane Puncture Enables Efficient Cell Transfection
Precision Membrane Puncture Enables Efficient Cell Transfection
Ruth Williams | Apr 1, 2020
A device for piercing individual holes in cell membranes allows vector-free DNA delivery while maintaining cell viability.
Image of the Day: Scrambled Frog Eggs
Image of the Day: Scrambled Frog Eggs
Emily Makowski | Nov 6, 2019
Cellular innards can reorganize themselves to form structures similar to cells.
Organoids Don’t Accurately Model Human Brain DevelopmentOrganoids Don’t Accurately Model Human Brain Development
Organoids Don’t Accurately Model Human Brain Development
Diana Kwon | Oct 23, 2019
A new study suggests that growing in a stressful environment prevents “brains-in-a-dish” from growing in the same way as their in vivo counterparts.
Scientists Study Vaping’s Harm as Second Death Reported
Scientists Study Vaping’s Harm as Second Death Reported
Nicoletta Lanese | Sep 5, 2019
In light of recent reports of electronic-cigarette–related illness and death, UNC Chapel Hill professor Robert Tarran discusses the dangerous effects of e-liquids on the lungs.
Image of the Day: Resilient Lung Cells
Image of the Day: Resilient Lung Cells
Nicoletta Lanese | Aug 1, 2019
A specific type of lung cell withstands flu infection by doubling down on DNA repair.
Image of the Day: Frigid CellsImage of the Day: Frigid Cells
Image of the Day: Frigid Cells
Nicoletta Lanese | Jul 31, 2019
A new cryoprotectant safeguards frozen cells against degradation.
Image of the Day: Roses Are Red, Poppies Are Too
Image of the Day: Roses Are Red, Poppies Are Too
Carolyn Wilke | Feb 14, 2019
New research shows how they get their deep hue.
Sounding Out Cell Stickiness
Sounding Out Cell Stickiness
Ruth Williams | Nov 30, 2018
Acoustic forces can be used to differentiate adherent from non-adherent cells.
Physics Nobel Goes to Laser Pioneers
Physics Nobel Goes to Laser Pioneers
Ashley Yeager | Oct 2, 2018
Three researchers, Arthur Ashkin, Gérard Mourou, and Donna Strickland, who worked on optical tweezers and chirped pulse amplification win the 2018 award.