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A photo of a dish in which cells, which look like small dots, have been enlarged and stained to make them visible to the naked eye.
New Swelling Technique Makes Cells Visible to the Naked Eye
A new technique, called Unclearing Microscopy, physically inflates and then stains cells to circumvent the need for expensive microscopes.
New Swelling Technique Makes Cells Visible to the Naked Eye
New Swelling Technique Makes Cells Visible to the Naked Eye

A new technique, called Unclearing Microscopy, physically inflates and then stains cells to circumvent the need for expensive microscopes.

A new technique, called Unclearing Microscopy, physically inflates and then stains cells to circumvent the need for expensive microscopes.

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Technique Talk: High-Throughput Drug Screening Using 3D Cell Culture
The Scientist Creative Services Team in collaboration with MilliporeSigma | May 5, 2021 | 1 min read
In this workshop, learn how to use hydrogel 3D cell culture plates for streamlined 3D cell culture colony formation, imaging, metabolic read-out, and T cell-mediated tumor cell killing.
CRISPR-Based Tool Expands DNA-Hydrogel Versatility
Ruth Williams | Dec 1, 2019 | 3 min read
DNA-responsive polymer gels used for releasing drugs, encapsulating cells, and much more now have greater adaptability thanks to the Cas12a nuclease.
Infographic: Sequence-Directed Gel Degradation
Ruth Williams | Dec 1, 2019 | 1 min read
A novel system for customizable DNA-hydrogel manipulations
Image of the Day: Colorful Butterfly-Bot
The Scientist Staff and The Scientist Staff | Apr 5, 2018 | 1 min read
Scientists engineered biomaterials similar to those chameleons use to change color and applied them to a robot.
Image of the Day: Goo for Growing Organoids
The Scientist Staff and The Scientist Staff | Oct 24, 2017 | 1 min read
Scientists engineered a synthetic, nutrient-rich gel that feeds growing organoids as they mature from human pluripotent stem cells into 3-D bowels.
Image of the Day: Glowing Gloves
The Scientist Staff | Mar 1, 2017 | 1 min read
These gloves, which contain genetically engineered bacteria that light up when in contact with certain chemicals, could aid crime scene investigators.
Bespoke Cell Jackets
Ruth Williams | Dec 1, 2014 | 2 min read
Scientists make hydrogel coats for individual cells that can be tailored to specific research questions.
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