In presented article on the front page of the Advanced Materials.

.. In presented article on the front page of the Advanced Materials, was researchers at Tufts University and the University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign, a new method for producing silk-based optical waveguides ,, biodegradable and can easily be functionalized with active molecules. The Tufts – UIUC team successfully demonstrated optical waveguide through this new class of waveguides by direct inks writing instruments with Bombyx mori silk fibroin ink created. In many biomedical applications, waveguides must interface directly with living cells and tissues, the waveguide the waveguide constituent be biocompatible degradation is also desirable, said Tufts ‘ Fiorenzo Omenetto, professor of biomedical engineering in the School of Engineering and Professor Physics in the School of Arts and Sciences.

Is a growing need for biocompatible photonic components for biomedical applications – – from in vivo monitoring detecting harmful viruses or the telltale markers of Alzheimer Biomedical needs Silk-Based Optical waveguides are Met optical waveguides are of particular interest because of their ability to manipulate and transport of light in a controlled manner in a variety of configurations.Smoking causes cancers. Do we know this. However, if It be a heavy drinker and fact on this cigarette smoke craving which often come with a few cocktails over, you who about to a 36 percent higher risk of pancreatic cancer.