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RJ Lee Group is involved in the commercialization of an innovative passive particulate sampler developed at the University of North Carolina (UNC).
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This paper explores the types and structures of nanoparticles used in cancer treatment, nano-based drug delivery systems,.
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In recent years, cerium oxide has been used in many different applications, including as a nanoparticle fuel additive to lower particulate matter emissions and boost fuel economy.
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According to a recent study, new nanofiber technology from Harvard University and the US Army could help protect against both the extreme impact of bullets and the intense heat of explosions –...
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Nanotechnology has seen a boom in recent years as scientists continue to develop its use in an increasing number of applications.
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A catalytic converter reduces the toxicity of nanoparticles released by petroleum-based engines. In January 2018, researchers from the University of Technology in Tampere, Finland, took atmospheric...
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According to the European Commission, a ‘nanomaterial’ is defined as any type of particle that exhibits one or more external dimensions in the size range of 1 nanometer (nm) to 100 nm.
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Researchers from the University of Rochester have managed to levitate photoluminescent nanodiamonds using only a laser beam. This achievment will allow more specific studies into how optomechanical...