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Webster, Thomas [46%]
He research designs, synthesizes, and studies nanophase materials for various implant applications. Previously he was at Purdue University, where his lab ...
Nanotechnology: Understanding Small Systems [46%]
<p>Although nanotechnology is a hot topic, the search for a true introductory textbook usually comes up cold. Students in a first course on nanotechnology come ...
Chippewa Valley Technical College (CVTC) [46%]
The univerisity is working to create an environment where the nanotechnology industry can grow, expand, and reach its full potential. In January 2005, Chippewa ...
Germany Launches Nano Strategy for Top Sectors [39%]
The German Government has launched a new strategy aimed at fortifying the application potential of nanotechnology for Germany's most important industries, ...
Nanoscale Laser Researchers Peek Into 'Uncertainty' [38%]
A group of international researchers led by a team from Ohio University is exploring new frontiers in quantum optics, and in the process may have peeked ...
German Researchers Join in Nanomedicine Project [37%]
German medical researchers are looking at new possibilities for nanomedicine by blending the power of programmable biomolecules with nanocapsulation ...
Vogel, Viola [36%]
Dr. Viola Vogel is a Professor in the Department of Materials heading the Laboratory for Biologically Oriented Materials at the Swiss Federal Institute of ...
Gross, Guenter [36%]
Dr. Gross was the founder of the UNT Center for Network Neuroscience in 1987 and has been the director of the CNNS since that time. Since 1990, the CNNS has ...
Srivastava , Deepak [35%]
Dr. Srivastava's research interests include: Biomimetic Neural Sensing/Processsing, Solid-State Quantum Bits/Computing, Molecular Electronics, ...
The Kavli Nanoscience Institute at Caltech [34%]
Enabled by generous gifts from the Gordon and Betty Moore Foundation and the Kavli Foundation, the California Institute of Technology has embarked upon an ...
Nanotechnology: Understanding Small Systems, Second Edition [32%]
Working from the ground up, this text provides a detailed yet accessible introduction to the world's fastest growing field. Through real-world examples, ...
Wang, Joseph [31%]
The research interests of Dr. Wang include the development of microfluidic (“Lab-on-Chip”) biochip devices, nanomaterials-based sensors, enzyme electrodes, DNA ...
Space Shuttle Atlantis To Carry BioNano Experiment [29%]
Nanoscale research will get a giant platform this week when NASA’s Space Shuttle Atlantis lifts off with a payload of microorganisms destined for a ...
Israel Broadens Matching Funds Program for University-Based Nanotech Research Centers [27%]
Donation matching 3:1 model is intended to strengthen Israel’s global leadership in nanoscience and nanotechnology research and development - The Israeli ...
Nanoscale Technology in Biological Systems [24%]
<p>As science continues to explore the power and potential of nanotechnology, the field of biology presents some of the most exciting avenues for applications. ...
University of Central Florida [22%]
University of Central Florida’s Advanced Materials Processing and Analysis Center (AMPAC) in Orlando is home to the $10 million Materials Characterization ...
Nicolini, Claudio [20%]
Claudio Nicolini, born in Udine 4/4/1942, after taking his Doctoral degree in Nuclear Physics at the University of Padua in 1966, became in 1967 first ...

Latest Research

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.

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.

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.


Willem Norde, Ph.D.

Wageningen University

Alan Kin-tak Lau, Ph.D.

Professor and Executive Director
University of Southern Queensland

Laurencin , Cato T.

Cato T. Laurencin , M.D., Ph.D

Chairman, Department of Orthopaedic Surgery
University of Virginia


Cornell University's Nanobiotechnology Center (NBTC)

Cornell University's Nanobiotechnology Center (NBTC)

Cornell's NBTC focuses on nano-fabrication for Biomolecular Devices; Cell-Surface Interactions; and Nanoscale Cell Biology.

U.S. National Institutes of Health (NIH)

U.S. National Institutes of Health (NIH)

NIH is looking at nanotechnologies to help discover and treat disease, and prevent organ rejection in transplants.