Graphene nanoplatelets (GNPs) are carbon-based nanoparticles, commonly used as a nanofiller to improve the electrical conductivity, mechanical strength, and flame retardancy of polymers.
A recent study published in the journal Advanced Science investigates the transportation of polystyrene nanoplastics (PS-NPs) in various crops, such as peanuts and rice.
A recent study published in the journal ACS Nano tackles this problem by doing a meta-analysis to determine the overall severity of nanoplastic effects on terrestrial plants.
A recent study published in the journal ACS Omega provides an overview of the various graphene oxide production methods, characterization methodologies, and applications.
Researchers determined TiO2 NPs carcinogenicity by conducting a twenty-six weeks inhalation exposure experiment using a CByB6F1-Tg(HRAS)2Jic (rasH2) mice model. No evidence for carcinogenicity was found.
The use of copper oxide nanoparticles (CuO NPs) biosynthesized from leaf extracts against cattle parasites was explored in new research.
The introduction of different nanoplastic forms, such as poly(methyl methacrylate) (PMMA) and anionic polystyrene (PS), causes damage to the vascular endothelial cadherin junctions.
Machine learning algorithms were performed to predict the in vivo nanotoxicity of metallic engineered nanomaterials in a new study.
A new study presents an overview of the advantages of applying nanotechnology to plant viral disease management as well as the detrimental impacts of nanotechnology on the ecosystem.
Researchers investigated the influence of natural organic matter on the trophic transfer, toxicity, and bioaccumulation of silver nanoparticles (Ag NPs).