Scientists from George Mason University revealed the potential of the blood of the Komodo dragon for developing new antibiotics. The team found a peptide in the blood of the reptile that can be effective in healing wounds.
A new sensor was developed by researchers based in Singapore that will help detect leaks in the cannula when they are injected in a vein. The sensor has already been tested and researchers are planning to make it more cost-effective.
Researchers from Rochester University have developed a new substance that can destroy drug-resistant bacteria. The findings of the study were published in the Proceedings for the National Academy of Sciences.