The Mellon College of Science (MCS) consists of the Departments of Biological Sciences, Chemistry, Mathematical Sciences, and Physics and serves as home to a number of interdisciplinary research...
Article - 29 Jan 2004
The Forbes/Wolfe Nanotech Report, the leading investment publication for the nanotechnology industry, ranked Quantum Dot Corporation (QDC) and Rockefeller University's work with quantum dots for...
Article - 28 Jun 2005
Research in the field of nanobiotechnology could help to improve the ways in which cancer is detected and treated. Medical imaging, labeling methods, quantum dots, nanosensors, lab on a chip devices,...
Article - 4 Mar 2005
A mixed discipline research team from UCLA and Stanford University has released its findings on how using the nanocrystals known as quantum dots (qdots) in molecular medical imaging can help us better...
News - 4 Aug 2015
By Stuart Milne
Researchers at UMass Medical School (UMMS) have successfully developed light-emitting nanocrystals that could help advance non-invasive bioimaging technologies. These nanocrystals...
News - 14 Sep 2009
Waseda University today opened the Waseda Bioscience Research Institute in
Singapore (WABIOS) in Biopolis. WABIOS will focus its research in the areas
of bioimaging, bioengineering,...
News - 15 Apr 2009
Coherent, Inc. (Santa Clara,
CA) (Nasdaq: COHR) has unveiled a new series of yellow (561 nm) lasers that
produce higher power and offer greater efficiency than anything previously available...
News - 25 Jun 2015
Various diagnostic imaging techniques are currently used for clinical imaging/disease diagnosis.
The accuracy of diagnosis is mainly based on the type of energy used (such as X-ray, sound waves,...
News - 10 Sep 2010
Research and Markets (http://www.researchandmarkets.com/research/6f3dd1/nanoparticles_for) has announced the addition of the "Nanoparticles for Bioimaging Patent Landscape 2010" report to their...
News - 28 Sep 2012
An international research team has created unique photoluminescent
nanoparticles that shine clearly through more than 3 centimeters of
biological tissue -- a depth that makes them a promising tool...