News - 26 Jan 2010
As the first group in the world, researchers from Chalmers will build up body parts using nanocellulose and the body's own cells. Funding will be from the European network for nanomedicine,...
News - 7 Aug 2009
Viscotek, a Malvern company, is exhibiting its advanced technologies for characterizing natural and synthetic polymers, copolymers, biopolymers, proteins and nanomaterials at the American Chemical...
News - 9 Jul 2008
A team of researchers in Auburn University's Samuel Ginn College of Engineering has produced new antimicrobial coatings with potential to prevent diseases from spreading on contaminated surfaces -...
News - 16 Jan 2019
It all begins with an ear. Removing the object molded like a human ear from the 3D printer, Empa researcher Michael Hausmann explained that: In viscous state cellulose nanocrystals can easily be...
News - 26 Sep 2014
At the Center for Innovation, Research and Development in Engineering and Technology (CIIDIT), from the Faculty of Mechanical and Electrical Engineering at the Autonomous University of Nuevo León...
News - 14 Dec 2018
The basic building block of tissues, muscles, ligaments, and tendons in mammals is collagen. It is also extensively used in cosmetic and reconstructive surgery.
Scientists have a good insight...
News - 11 Aug 2015
Scientists at the Department of Energy’s Oak Ridge National Laboratory (ORNL) are developing a microscope which will enable analysis of synthetic and biological materials while examining the...
News - 10 Aug 2009
A new material developed at the University of Virginia - an oxygen nanosensor that couples a light-emitting dye with a biopolymer - simplifies the imaging of oxygen-deficient regions of tumors. Such...
News - 28 Mar 2008
Imagine having one polymer and one small molecule that instantly assemble into a flexible but strong sac in which you can grow human stem cells, creating a sort of miniature laboratory. And that sac,...
Article - 13 Apr 2004
Zyvex Corporation today announced its Nanomanipulation System for Life Science research and development applications. Posted April 7 2004