Article - 25 Oct 2009
The interaction of man-made materials with biological systems is an important issue, especially for products in the fields of medicine, food, cosmetics and other consumer products.
Article - 16 Sep 2016
Nanoparticles have become an area of intense scientific research due to the broad range of potential applications in the optical, biomedical and electronic fields.
Article - 29 May 2013
Australia is a continent situated between the South Pacific Ocean and the Indian Ocean. The country spans 7,741,220 km2 and had a population of 22,015,576 as of July 2012.
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 - 24 May 2012
For the past decade, scientists and engineers have been gaining increasing control over the properties of matter at the nanometer scale - measuring, predicting and constructing nanoparticles and...
Article - 4 Jan 2007
Green groups are concerned that nanotechnology may unleash a slew of health, safety and environmental disasters. Scientists are optimistic that nanotechnology holds the key to a range of new...
Article - 23 Aug 2006
The vision for nano-assisted regenerative medicine is the development of cost-effective disease-modifying therapies that will allow for in-situ tissue regeneration.
Article - 29 Oct 2004
Using nanoparticles, lab-on-a-chip technology, microfluidics and molecular carriers could produce advanced drug delivery techniques, while new materials might improve implants and prosthetics, and...
Article - 19 Nov 2003
A molecular biologist and a nanoscientist have found that nanomaterials developed for industry can triple or quadruple the life of brain cells. Posted August 13 2003
Article - 18 Nov 2003
Engineers have designed a new diode that transmits more electricity than any other device of its kind. It is a tunnel diode compatible with silicon and could easily be built into mainstream electronic...