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- The 8th NanoBio-Europe conference will take place on 18 - 20 June 2012 in Varese (Lombardy, Northern Italy), showcasing the latest international developments ...
Technical University of Denmark
- Nano DTU covers the full spectrum from basic research to applications spaning nanobiotechnology to energy technology.
- Molecular motors are proteins that convert chemical energy into mechanical energy (chemomechanical energy transduction) through the hydrolysis of adenosine ...
- Dendrimers [are one] class of important nanoparticles. Dendrimers are spherical nanoscale, polymeric, polyvalent molecules of well-defined chemical structure ...
- Dr. Bashir's current research interests include: Micro-scale biosensors and systems, micro electro-mechanical systems and BioMEMS, nanotechnology, novel SI ...
- Dr. Chenzhong Li's research interests interface with biomedical engineering, nanobiotechnology, electrochemistry, BioMEMS, biochemistry, nanomedicine, ...
- Dr. Schmidt's current research lies in the categories of: Nanobiotechnology; Single molecule sensing using membrane proteins; Biomimetic membranes; ...
- Bingqian Xu is Assistant Professor of Engineering at the University of Georgia's Nanoscale Science and Engineering Center (NanoSEC). Prof. Xu's research focus ...
- Loucas Tsakalakos is a Staff Scientist and Project Leader at the General Electric - Global Research Center in Niskayuna, NY.
Nanoparticulate Drug Delivery Systems
- <p>Since the advent of analytical techniques and capabilities to measure particle sizes in nanometer ranges, there has been tremendous interest in the use of ...
July 20, 2011
Nanobodies produced by camels are showing to be highly effective in and safe for fighting certain types of cancers. Scientists at the University of Copenhagen are using them to develop therapies to fight breast and colon cancers.
June 19, 2011
The FDA (U.S. Food and Drug Administration) has approved the first clinical trial in humans of Cornell dots, brightly glowing nanoparticles that can light up cancer cells in PET-optical imaging. The technology aims to safely show surgeons extent of tumors in human organs.
November 29, 2010
Boston University researchers have developed a portable diagnostic device that can quickly identify dangerous viruses with very small blood samples. Meanwhile, researchers at Columbia use nanoscale science to identify how these viruses trigger disease.
Professor and Executive Director
University of Southern Queensland
Chairman, Department of Orthopaedic Surgery
University of Virginia
Cornell's NBTC focuses on nano-fabrication for Biomolecular Devices; Cell-Surface Interactions; and Nanoscale Cell Biology.
NIH is looking at nanotechnologies to help discover and treat disease, and prevent organ rejection in transplants.