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Keystone Nano Announces The US FDA Has Awarded Orphan Drug Designation For Ceramides For The Treatment Of Liver Cancer
Keystone Nano is pleased to announce that that it has received orphan drug status for the use of Ceramide to treat Liver Cancer from the FDA. This very important designation provides key benefits to...
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(with audio) By successfully adding a layer of MgO to the protective Al2O3 laminate, researchers improve the resilience of OLEDs to water vapour and gas exposure by around an order of magnitude.
Atomic force and confocal microscopy techniques shed more light on viral infection.
Nanocellulose in medicine and green manufacturing: American University professor develops method to improve performance of cellulose nanocrystals
What if you could take one of the most abundant natural materials on earth and harness its strength to lighten the heaviest of objects, to replace synthetic materials, or use it in scaffolding to grow...
Scientists set traps for atoms with single-particle precision: Technique may enable large-scale atom arrays for quantum computing
Atoms, photons, and other quantum particles are often capricious and finicky by nature; very rarely at a standstill, they often collide with others of their kind. But if such particles can be individu...
Bruker Introduces Nanoscratch Capability for Nanomechanical Testing: New Option Expands Thin Film Characterization Capabilities of the NanoForce System
Brukers Nano Surfaces Division today announced the release of a nanoscale scratch option for its NanoForce Nanomechanical Testing System. The new option brings the industry-leading low-noise floor, p...
A team of engineers at the University of California San Diego has developed a magnetic ink that can be used to make self-healing batteries, electrochemical sensors and wearable, textile-based electric...
This discovery may raise concerns about safety of nanomaterials for public health and may suggest to revise the security norms at nanoscale bringing attention to the safety of nanomaterials in general...
'Nanoparticle taxicab' materials can identify, collect and transport debris on surfaces: Scientists at UMass Amherst have developed new polymer-stabilized droplet carriers that can identify and encapsulate nanoparticles for transport in a cell, a "pick up
Inspired by proteins that can recognize dangerous microbes and debris, then engulf such material to get rid of it, polymer scientists led by Todd Emrick at the University of Massachusetts Amherst have...
Novel synthesis and properties of pure and NV-doped nanodiamonds and other nanostructures Authors: Jagdish Narayan and Anagh Bhaumik, North Carolina State University Published: Nov. 2, Materia...
Nanosensors on the alert for terrorist threats: Scientists interested in the prospects of gas sensors based on binary metal oxide nanocomposites
Scientists from the Semenov Institute of Chemical Physics of the Russian Academy of Sciences (ICP RAS) and the Moscow Institute of Physics and Technology (MIPT) have demonstrated that sensors based on...
Light drives single-molecule nanoroadsters: Rice University scientists part of international team demonstrating untethered 3-wheelers
Scientists at Rice University and at the University of Graz, Austria, are driving three-wheeled, single-molecule "nanoroadsters" with light and, for the first time, seeing how they move.
Nanomaterials for neurology: State-of-the-art: This research article by Dr. María Fernanda Veloz-Castillo has been published in CNS & Neurological Disorders -- Drug Targets, Volume 15, Issue 10, 2016
Despite the numerous challenges associated with the application of nanotechnology in neuroscience, it promises to have a significant impact on our understanding of how the nervous system works, how it...
(with video) By embedding plant leaves with carbon nanotubes, MIT researchers have transformed a plant into a living sensor.
Trace metal recombination centers kill LED efficiency: UCSB researchers warn that trace amounts of transition metal impurities act as recombination centers in gallium nitride semiconductors
Using cutting-edge first-principles calculations, researchers at the University of California, Santa Barbara (UCSB) have demonstrated the mechanism by which transition metal impurities iron in parti...
Leti Provides New Low-noise Image Technology to French SME PYXALIS; Will Be Demonstrated at Vision 2016 in Stuttgart
Leti, an institute of CEA Tech, and PYXALIS, a French SME specializing in high-performance image sensors, today announced a new technology that lowers readout noise for image sensors down to 0.5 elect...
Forge Nano raises $20 million in Series A Funding: Nano coating technology innovator Forge Nano will use funding to expand manufacturing capacity and grow Lithium-Ion battery opportunities
Forge Nano, formerly PneumatiCoat Technologies, a Colorado-based startup that has innovated a breakthrough technology to enable precision nano coatings at scale for manufacturing of products such as L...
Diamond nanothread: Versatile new material could prove priceless for manufacturing: Would you dress in diamond nanothreads? It's not as far-fetched as you might think
Would you dress in diamond nanothreads? It's not as far-fetched as you might think. And you'll have a Brisbane-based carbon chemist and engineer to thank for it.