Article - 13 Nov 2003
Researchers at Washington University School of Medicine in St. Louis have developed a way to load nanoparticles with a variety of useful things, including drugs. Posted May 9 2003
Article - 15 Mar 2010
Nanotechnology offers new engineering tools that can help us address the design problems associated with building better implants.
Article - 23 Aug 2006
Artificial nanostructures, such as nanoparticles and nanodevices, being of the same size as biological entities, can readily interact with biomolecules on both the cell surface and within the cell....
Article - 24 Aug 2005
Dendrimers are three-dimensional, synthetic macromolecules with branching parts, formed using a fabrication process at the nanscale level. A definition and brief history of dendrimers, their use in...
Article - 25 Jul 2005
Biochips (or microarrays) are already being used in various ways in the agricultural, veterinary, healthcare and medical sectors. The many different industry applications - in both agriculture and...
Article - 26 May 2005
Quantum dots which are highly luminescent can be used to help scientists monitor and visualise the interactions of multiple proteins or DNA sequences present in cells or tissues. This article offers...
Article - 4 Mar 2004
3DM, Inc. today announced that it's PuraMatrix line of synthetic hydrogels was awarded the annual Excellence in Technology Award in the field of Biomaterial Technology by Frost & Sullivan. Posted...
Article - 12 Dec 2003
Purdue University chemists have devised a way to remove a major obstacle in designing new materials for use in the atom-size realm of nanotechnology. Posted October 2000
Article - 19 Nov 2003
Johns Hopkins researchers are seeking to pack drugs inside microscopic plastic spheres that can be inhaled painlessly. Inside the lungs, the particles should dissolve harmlessly, releasing the...
Article - 21 Nov 2010
Novel delivery vehicles generated through nanotechnology is raising the exciting prospect for controlled and sustained drug delivery across the impenetrable skin barrier.