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    Formerly known as Nanotechnologies, Inc., NovaCentrix is a materials and equipment manufacturer providing nano-enabled products, processes and solutions that encompass ink and photonic curing...
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    We are an IP generating applications and bespoke materials company that maintains a patented nanomaterial manufacturing platform technology and a portfolio of IP that enables us to create new...
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    NanoViricides, Inc. is working in the general field of Nanomedicine. This is a very diverse field and encompasses a wide range of materials and applications. Specifically, we are working in the area...
  • Article - 21 Feb 2008
    Intrinsiq Materials are an IP generating applications and bespoke materials company that maintains a patented nanomaterial manufacturing platform technology and a portfolio of IP that enables us to...
  • News - 7 Aug 2009
    Nano Mask, Inc. (formerly Emergency Filtration Products, Inc.) announced that Nano Mask Inc. and Intrinsiq Materials, a private materials technology development company focused on health and...
  • News - 9 Mar 2011
    The work of Dr Sindra Peterson Årsköld, Associate Professor, and her colleagues at Lund University's (Sweden) proton channel group, focuses on liposomal investigations of viral proteins...
  • News - 23 Feb 2016
    NanoViricides, Inc. (the "Company") announced today that information on its novel, proprietary anti-virus platform technology has been published in the book "Handbook of Clinical...
  • News - 10 Mar 2010
    For the first time, scientists have succeeded in growing empty particles derived from a plant virus and have made them carry useful chemicals. The external surface of these nano containers could be...
  • News - 10 Jun 2009
    Scientists have identified for the first time a mechanism by which nanoparticles cause lung damage and have demonstrated that it can be combated by blocking the process involved, taking a step toward...
  • Article - 14 May 2007
    The potential for nanoparticles in cancer drug delivery is infinite with novel new applications constantly being explored. This paper explores the types and structures of nanoparticles used in cancer...