Scientists have improved the performance of magnetic nanoparticles designed to roast and destroy tumors.
Funding comes as the field marks its latest big discovery — the observation of the Higgs boson’s most common mode of decay.
UB scientists contributed to the research, which confirms predictions but leaves open prickly questions about the nature of the universe.
Study results could one day inform the design of new materials for protective gear, energy-harvesting devices and more.
The minimally invasive technique could lead to advances in mapping the brain and treating neurological disease.