Article - 5 Jul 2005
Nanobiotechnology techniques can be applied in many areas of medicine, including diagnostics, implants, gene analysis, protein analysis, tissue engineering, artificial organs and therapeutics. This...
Article - 28 Jul 2005
Nanotechnology methods and devices will bring big changes to the agricultural, veterinary and healthcare sectors. Nanosensors, automated drug delivery systems, microfluidics, biocompatible...
Article - 9 Jan 2004
Engineers have taken an unprecedented look at the interface between layers of silicon and other materials in electronic devices. What they have learned may help traditional microelectronics remain...
Article - 10 Nov 2004
Molecular manufacturing was identified as the original concept of nanotechnology, with the debate focusing on its possible application in the fields of medicine and the environment. Fighting disease,...
Article - 29 Aug 2006
Materials scientists and engineers have made significant improvements to the methods of synthesis of nanomaterial solids. A brief review of future trends in nanotechnology developments is given in...
Article - 10 Dec 2004
There are several different methods of classification for nanomaterials according to dimension, phase composition and the manufacturing process. This article focuses on the categorisation of...
Article - 15 Aug 2018
This article is based on a talk by Professor Alexander Seifalian from NanoRegMed Ltd, UK, at the NANOMED conference in Manchester (June 2018).
Article - 22 Nov 2009
Contemporary development of metallic implant materials is driven by the biocompatibility requirements and also by the need for improved mechanical performance of biomedical implants.
Article - 25 Nov 2005
CPI is working with the Advanced Materials Research Institute (AMRI) at Northumbria University to develop biocompatible materials and nano-coating capabilities through the establishment of a Closed...
Article - 5 Nov 2003
Biomedical engineers at Purdue University have proven that bone cells attach better to metals with nanometer-scale surface features. Posted October 28 2003