News - 28 Jun 2013
The antibacterial effects of silver are well established. Now, researchers at Yonsei University in Seoul, Republic of Korea, have developed a technique to coat glass with a layer of silver ions that...
News - 20 Mar 2013
ABL Medical, LLC has officially launched their new SilvrSTAT® Antibacterial Wound Dressing Gel into the United States market. SilvrSTAT® is the first of a new class of medical products based...
News - 13 Jun 2011
Nanopool received the 2010 Frost & Sullivan EU New Product Innovation Award for developing the novel liquid glass product in the antibacterial nanocoatings field. This product effectively serves...
News - 21 Oct 2010
Bacteria have a natural ability to attach themselves to surfaces, both natural and synthetic. Once attached, they often work cooperatively to form biofilms, thin layers of bacterial colonies that can...
News - 7 Sep 2010
A recent study by researchers at National Nanotechnology Center (NANOTEC) in Thailand has provided the data on detecting silver released from antibacterial fabric products using artificial sweat as a...
News - 25 May 2010
Writing in the International Journal of Nanoparticles, Rani Pattabi and colleagues at Mangalore University, explain how blasting silver nitrate solution with an electron beam can generate...
News - 17 Nov 2009
American Biotech Labs, LLC (ABL), developer of a new class of products based on the company's patented nano-catalytic SilverSol Technology(R), today announced that the company has obtained...
News - 11 Nov 2008
Scientists at the University of Liverpool have developed a new technology which can dramatically improve the effectiveness of antibacterial treatments.
Drugs with the ability to dissolve have...
News - 3 Sep 2008
B. Braun Medical Inc. today announced it had received 510(k) clearance from the FDA for the industry’s first silver-impregnated antibacterial Luer Access Device (LAD) designed to reduce...
Article - 10 Jan 2022
Learn about the use of tungsten oxide for antibacterial applications, and how it could help tackle superbugs.