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3/31/2011 12:14:49 AM | Research | 0 comments
Blood simple circuitry for cyborgs: Simplifying cyborg circuitry using human blood
Could electronic components made from human blood be the key to creating cyborg interfaces? Circuitry that links human tissues and nerve cells directly to an electronic device, such as a robotic limb or artificial eye might one day be possible thanks to the development of biological components.
3/22/2011 1:22:04 PM | Materials | 0 comments
Conch shell gives nano insights into composite materials
Writing in the International Journal of Materials Engineering Innovation, researchers at the University of Cambridge use the example of the conch shell as illustration of toughness-by-architecture in the quest for new synthetic materials for engineering, construction and aerospace applications.
1/31/2011 1:27:29 PM | Bio/Medicine | 0 comments
Detecting lethal diseases with rust and sand
The next big thing in medical diagnostics could be minutes particles of rust, iron oxide, coated with the material from which sand is formed, silicon dioxide. These magnetic nanoparticles, a mere 29 to 230 nanometers across, can be used to trap antibodies to the virus that causes cervical cancer and to the bacteria that causes potentially lethal diarrhea.
12/4/2010 2:34:36 PM | Nanoparticles | 0 comments
Gold and silver nano baubles
Researchers describe the formation of gold, silver and alloyed, bimetallic nanoparticles just 25 nanometers in diameter.
11/5/2010 12:19:00 PM | Research | 0 comments
Colonic navigation - Nanotechnology helps deliver drugs to intestinal target
Nanoparticles could help smuggle drugs into the gut, according to a study published this month in the International Journal of Nanotechnology.
10/22/2010 7:15:09 PM | Research | 0 comments
Value-added sulfur scrubbing
Waste can be easily converted into elemental sulfur for industrial use or into metal sulfide nanoparticles for research.
10/7/2010 10:45:49 AM | Drug Delivery | 0 comments
Nano drugs: Insoluble medicines can be made orally available if in nano crystal form
Researchers in India have demonstrated that producing nanoscopic crystals of a pharmaceutical product can allow the medication to be absorbed by the gut even if the drug is not soluble in water.
5/26/2010 4:58:44 PM | Research | 0 comments
Antibacterial silver nanoparticles are a blast
Researchers explain how blasting silver nitrate solution with an electron beam can generate nanoparticles that are more effective at killing all kinds of bacteria, including gram-negative species that are not harmed by conventional antibacterial agents.
11/15/2009 8:54:27 AM | Research | 0 comments
Self-cleaning silicone gel insect wings
Insects are incredible nanotechnologists.
10/13/2009 5:16:05 PM | Industry | 0 comments
Nanotech protection
Writing in a forthcoming issue of the International Journal of Nanotechnology, Canadian engineers suggest that research is needed into the risks associated with the growing field of nanotechnology manufacture so that appropriate protective equipment can be developed urgently.
9/20/2009 12:44:03 PM | Drug Delivery | 0 comments
Anticancer nanotech
Tiny particles of albumin, a protein found in the blood, can be used to carry radioactive isotopes to the site of a cancerous tumour in the body and so avoid many of the side-effects of conventional radiotherapy.
9/20/2009 12:41:21 PM | Nanotubes | 0 comments
Nanotube risk assessment
Italian scientists suggest that we need a much more detailed toxicological approach to hazard assessment before judgement regarding the long-term safety of carbon nanotubes can be made. They outline their results in the International Journal of Environment and Health.

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