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Texas A&M University researchers built a unique device that directs light on a quantum level to reduce signal distortion in spectroscopic images so the biomechanical details of structures inside living cells and tissues are more easily identified.

Texas A&M University and University of Florida researchers collaborated to discover how the nucleus of a cell preserves its shape, allowing normal and cancer cells to squeeze past pores and fibers in body tissues.

A team of researchers at Texas A&M University has developed a new class of biomaterial inks that mimic native characteristics of highly conductive human tissue, which are essential for the ink to be used in 3D printing.


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