Article - 7 Sep 2010
Over the past decade there has been an explosion in the number of nanotechnology-based agents that have been applied to biological and medical applications.
Article - 4 Mar 2005
A mixed discipline research team from UCLA and Stanford University has released its findings on how using the nanocrystals known as quantum dots (qdots) in molecular medical imaging can help us better...
Article - 4 Mar 2004
Molecular Imaging, Corp. today announced PicoTREC™, a Topography and RECognition imaging system. PicoTREC combines real-time detection of molecular recognition events and single-molecule sensitivity...
Article - 16 Jan 2004
Molecular Imaging, Corp. today announces PicoMAPS, a Motorized Atomic Force Microscope (AFM) Precision Stage designed for surface characterization of large samples. Posted December 2 2003
Article - 28 Jun 2005
Research in the field of nanobiotechnology could help to improve the ways in which cancer is detected and treated. Medical imaging, labeling methods, quantum dots, nanosensors, lab on a chip devices,...
Article - 26 May 2005
Optical tweezers use light and lasers to manipulate objects as small as a single atom, and are mainly used by biological scientists to study DNA and molecular motors. How optical tweezers work,...
Article - 17 Aug 2005
Spectrofluorometers and spectrophotometers can be used to measure the properties and behaviour of quantum dots. These can be in the design of devices such as optoelectronics, biosensing and...
Article - 5 Mar 2005
This guide explains the basic principles of nanotechnology, looking at such matters as industrial applications, new and future products, the global market, environmental potentials and concerns, types...
Article - 6 May 2005
The use of techniques such as Atomic Force Microscopy, Scanning Tunnelling Micrscopy and Ellipsometry have allowed the characterization of azurin molecules in air self-assembled on gold. Evidence also...
Article - 14 Dec 2018
This article discusses the use of AFM to understand on-surface synthesis approaches.