News - 29 Aug 2019
Carbon nanoparticles serve as a potential tool in biomedical applications. For instance, they are used in the targeted delivery of biologically active compounds into the body cells.
News - 7 Aug 2019
Researchers at the University of Leeds have developed a new type of gold which has a thickness of just two atoms—the thinnest unsupported gold ever produced.
The scientists measured the...
News - 1 Aug 2019
Bacteria have the ability to dynamically move toward a nutrient source—a phenomenon called chemotaxis—and they can move together through a process called swarming.
News - 17 Jul 2019
Science fiction often seems to make accurate predictions about our future. From the 1966 film “Fantastic Voyage” up to today, inserting micro-sized robots into a human body has been a goal...
News - 11 Jul 2019
The DrySyn ChilliBlock from Asynt allows you to undertake sensitive biological assays in a temperature-controlled manor, vastly reducing the risk of expensive biological samples, reagents or...
News - 9 Jul 2019
Most people are aware that the chemical compound carbon dioxide is a greenhouse gas in the atmosphere and that it has a global-warming effect.
However, carbon dioxide can also be a valuable raw...
News - 1 Jul 2019
The DrySyn OCTO Mini reaction station from Asynt is enabling researchers to optimise and expand the applications of HydRegen - an innovative, heterogeneous biocatalytic hydrogenation technology...
News - 29 Jun 2019
CU Boulder researchers have developed nanobio-hybrid organisms capable of using airborne carbon dioxide and nitrogen to produce a variety of plastics and fuels, a promising first step toward low-cost...
News - 12 Jun 2019
Researchers at the University of Colorado Boulder (CU Boulder) have successfully produced nanobio-hybrid organisms that can use airborne nitrogen and carbon dioxide (CO2) to create a wide range of...
News - 30 May 2019
In the future, DNA assembled into nanostructures—for example, tubes and origami-inspired shapes—could be used in applications ranging from DNA computers to nanomedicine.