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    UtiliseGold is a unique website, designed to support the industrial uses of gold. UtiliseGold provides an effective and convenient resource for engineers, designers, scientists, technicians, and...
  • Article - 1 Oct 2009
    It is not widely known but radiactive gold was used in the treatment of cancer many years ago. Now a number of research groups around the world are using the unique properties of gold to develop new...
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    At PerkinElmer, we design, manufacture and deliver advanced technology solutions that address the world's most critical health and safety concerns, including maternal and fetal health, clean water...
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    Photon etc. offers state-of-the-art photonic and optical research instrumentation, from laser line tunable filters to widefield and microscopy hyperspectral imaging systems. Its patented spectral...
  • Article - 14 May 2007
    This paper explores the types and structures of nanoparticles used in cancer treatment, nano-based drug delivery systems,.
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    The National University of Singapore (NUS) acknowledges the global trend that nanotechnology is expected to be a key technology. NUS, in tradition of spearheading cutting-edge research programs, has...
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    Graphenea is a leading graphene producer for industrial and research needs. Graphenea has developed a leading synthesis and transfer process to obtain high uniformity monolayer graphene films on any...
  • Article - 24 May 2022
    The current review paper published in the journal Pharmaceutics aims to describe natural products based on nano-DDSs, the widespread use of natural nanomedicines in various diseases, and various...
  • News - 5 Jan 2022
    Novel research has recently come to light with a new study published by the International Journal of Pharmaceutics, which has outlined the innovative development of an oral anticancer drug,...
  • News - 12 Jan 2022
    Bioinspired by tunicates and mussels, a Korean research team has created a “bomb-like” anticancer therapeutic agent that only destroys cancer cells. Schematic diagram of the mechanism of...