Article - 13 Nov 2007
Nanotechnology is a fascinating science for many scientists as it offers them many challenges. One such challenge is Nanorobots, which once thought to be a fantasy has come into reality now. The...
Article - 11 Aug 2017
Chemotaxis, also known as chemotactic movement, is the movement of cells or organism in response to chemical movement. The chemotactic movement is facilitated and driven by the chemical environment...
News - 3 Mar 2015
A new simple tool developed by nanoengineers at the University of California, San Diego, is opening the door to an era when anyone will be able to build sensors, anywhere, including physicians in the...
Article - 27 Jun 2012
Nanomedicine could greatly improve quality of life for diabetes sufferers, from more accurate and convenient glucose monitoring systems to potential cures.
Article - 2 Oct 2003
Researchers have devised a way to use gold nanoparticles as tiny electrical wires to plug enzymes into electrodes.
Article - 1 Jul 2010
The great promise of nanotubes as biosensing elements is the potential to develop systems where direct electron transfer between enzymes and electrodes is possible.
News - 16 May 2013
Injectable nanoparticles developed at MIT may someday eliminate the need for patients with Type 1 diabetes to constantly monitor their blood-sugar levels and inject themselves with insulin.
News - 19 Jan 2011
Medical applications continue to dominate the biosensors market worldwide. Biosensors are increasingly finding applications in blood glucose monitoring, drug discovery, drug analysis, and whole blood...
News - 10 Nov 2008
Modern day sensors have come a long way from their predecessors, which used transistors made of bulky semi-conducting materials. Advent of micro fabrication technology has led to miniaturization of...
News - 21 Jan 2010
A tiny new sensor could provide fresh, inexpensive diagnosis and treatment methods for people suffering from a variety of diseases.
University of Florida engineers have designed and tested versions...