Traditional implantable medical devices for brain stimulation are frequently too hard and bulky for what is one of the body’s softest and most sensitive tissues.
Penn State scientists have created the first protein-based nano-computing agent that functions as a circuit.
The pharmaceutical scientists from National University of Singapore (NUS) have come up with multi-functional synthetic peptide nanonets for alleviating inflammation resulting from bacterial infection
In a newly reported study, the development of a super-resolution imaging platform technology to enhance the knowledge of how nanoparticles interact within cells has been explained.
University of Minnesota Twin Cities researchers have developed a groundbreaking new diagnostic technique that will allow for faster and more accurate detection of neurodegenerative diseases.
Recently, a collaborative research team from the Dalian Institute of Chemical Physics (DICP) of the Chinese Academy of Sciences (CAS), under the direction of Prof. Guangyan Qing and Prof. Xinmiao Liang, developed a glycan identification method based on nanopore single-molecule sensing through a glycan derivatization strategy.
The innovative therapies known as small interfering RNAs (siRNAs) can be utilized to treat a variety of diseases.
Houston Methodist nanomedicine researchers have found a way to tame ctic cancer - one of the most aggressive and difficult to treat cancers - by delivering immunotherapy directly into the tumor with a device that is smaller than a grain of rice.
Drug-delivering nanoparticles could improve treatments for inflammatory bowel diseases that affect the quality of life of more than 3 million Americans, Iowa State University researchers say.
Accurate insulin-delivery platforms responsive to blood glucose fluctuations are required to control hyperglycemia. Such platforms would also effectively prevent hypoglycemia diabetes.