When a person gets sick, the invading virus or bacteria often triggers an immune response, sending a wave of white blood cells to attack the source of the illness. While the body’s natural defenses can often dismantle the infection, the immune reaction can sometimes cause more harm than intended.Lire la suite
Every age in the history of human civilisation has a signature material, from the Stone Age, to the Bronze and Iron Ages. We might even call today’s information-driven society the Silicon Age.
Since the 1960s, silicon nanostructures, the building-blocks of microchips, have supercharged the development of electronics, communications, manufacturing, medicine, and more.