News - 12 Oct 2010
Some bacteria grow electrical hair that lets them link up in big biological circuits, according to a University of Southern California biophysicist and his collaborators.
The finding suggests that...
News - 29 Sep 2010
Texas A+M University is one of five collaborating institutions in an $18 million National Institutes of Health-funded research program to develop nanotechnology-based therapies and diagnostics tools...
News - 5 Feb 2009
The University of Maryland's Maryland Industrial Partnerships Program (MIPS) today announces 17 research projects between Maryland companies and university faculty to develop technology-based...
News - 18 Dec 2008
Five Brown University faculty have been awarded the distinction of fellow from the American Association for the Advancement of Science (AAAS). The new fellows, among 486 chosen from the AAAS...
News - 24 Oct 2008
A new proteomics project promises to revolutionize routine blood tests, vaccine development, cancer diagnostics, and many other important biomedical challenges.
UC San Diego engineers and...
Article - 3 Feb 2020
For many decades, titanium and titanium alloys have been used to develop various medical applications due to their unique characteristics of strength, biocompatibility, resistance to the effects of...
Article - 1 Nov 2017
Treatment that employs large size material for drug delivery presents problems such as poor bioviability, low solubility, a lack of targeted delivery and generalized side effects.
Article - 30 Oct 2017
Nanotechnology for drug delivery provides the potential for enhanced treatments with targeted delivery and fewer side effects.
Article - 13 Jun 2016
Dr. Antonietta Gatti, talks to AZoNano about nanopathology and how this revolutionary approach to medicine is changing diagnosis and treatment.
Article - 11 Dec 2013
The fusion of nanotechnology and medicine is changing healthcare as we know it. Organizations and government entities are investing huge amounts in nanotech R&D; life science technology innovators...