Article - 18 Nov 2003
UCLA physicists have created a first-of-its-kind nanoscale sensor using a single molecule less than 20 nanometers long. Posted June 19 2003
Article - 17 Nov 2003
Arrays of nanofibers able to deliver genetic material to cells quickly and efficiently have researchers at Oak Ridge National Laboratory excited about potential applications for drug delivery, gene...
Article - 23 Oct 2003
Several science fiction like technologies are about to become crime fighting realities. They range from printing that glows a different colour under UV light to plastics that recognise drugs. Posted...
Article - 9 Dec 2003
First Field-Portable Sensor That Rapidly Tests for SARS, Anthrax, Smallpox and More. Posted December 8 2003
Article - 12 Nov 2018
This article discusses how to image plasmids in liquids using true non-contact mode atomic force microscopy (AFM).
Article - 4 Dec 2017
Nanocomputing is a term used for the representation and manipulation of data by computers smaller than a microcomputer. Current devices are already utilizing transistors with channels below 100...
Article - 19 Apr 2017
Radiation is a common form of cancer treatment, but the levels of toxicity associated with the treatments limit the dosage. There has been much research to sensitise the cancerous tissue to the...
Article - 8 Nov 2017
Nanovectors are a type of targeted delivery vehicle that transports nanoscale material. Current research is exploring their use as an alternative to traditional biological vaccine methods.
Article - 4 Apr 2017
The future of nanotechnology is expected to have major impacts on all aspects of the world, and its ability to further improve daily life is limitless. From changing the way in which medicine and...
Article - 3 Jun 2011
UV-visible absorbance microspectroscopy spectra of Biocrystalline materials - DNA crystal, a flavoprotein crystal, a salt crystal, and a DNA/protein crystal were obtained using the 20/20 PV...