News - 14 Mar 2007
Investigating the composition and behavior of microscale environments, including those within living cells, could become easier and more precise with nanoelectrodes being developed at the University...
Article - 5 Nov 2021
This article outlines how to detect biological samples in nanoscale detail.
News - 10 Feb 2021
IMDEA Nanociencia researchers measure the nanoscale heating of gold-based nanoparticles and find high temperature variations within the nanoscopic volume.
Photothermal excitation of gold-based...
News - 27 May 2020
For the first time, scientists have introduced minuscule tracking devices directly into the interior of mammalian cells, giving an unprecedented peek into the processes that govern the beginning of...
News - 30 Apr 2020
Chronic iron imbalances - having either too little or too much iron in the blood - can result in medical conditions ranging from anemia and hemochromatosis through to more severe diseases, such as...
News - 13 Apr 2018
Carrying out biomedical tasks in living systems using micro and nanomotors has gained significant interest of late. These motors can often be controlled remotely using various type of fields to study...
News - 2 Jun 2016
Similar to the way in which ants helped the Greek goddess Psyche in sorting a room filled with various grains, cells organize molecules into strong, functional fibers - but without any assistance....
News - 3 May 2016
Using an ultra fast-scanning atomic force microscope, a team of researchers from the University of Basel has filmed “living” nuclear pore complexes at work for the first time. Nuclear...
News - 11 Sep 2015
Scientists have developed a new technique that produces a user friendly, low cost, tissue-engineered pseudo-organ. The chip-based model produces a faithful mimic of the in vivo liver inside a scalable...
News - 13 May 2015
Pharmaco-Kinesis Corporation (PKC) announced today the filing of a US patent application entitled "Carbon Nanotube BioFET with a Local Amplifier in a System Array for Analysis of Biomarkers and...