Article - 28 May 2007
Nanotechnology based cancer treatments can be divided into two categories: Targeted drug delivery or Physical destruction. This article deals with the physical destruction of cancerusing nanoshells or...
Article - 5 Nov 2003
New experiments have found that silica nanoshells coated with gold and placed into cancerous tumours, kill the malignant cells when exposed to an external source of near-infrared light. Posted...
Article - 26 Jul 2005
Nanotechnology is set to play an important role in the pharmaceutical and healthcare sectors for humans and animals. How nanoparticles, microfluidic devices, biochips, nanoshells, nanocapsules,...
Article - 14 May 2007
This paper explores the types and structures of nanoparticles used in cancer treatment, nano-based drug delivery systems,.
Article - 5 Apr 2004
Many biological substances still remain undetectable. That will soon change, thanks to a biological sensor being developed by University of Arizona chemists. Posted March 30 2004
Article - 12 Sep 2007
Recent development and advance on nanotechnology has brought new insight towards the nanobiosenor. This paper provides latest progress in the field of Nanoparticles and Nanobiosensors for cancer...
Article - 7 Nov 2003
According to new research from Rice University, scientists studying the way light interacts with metallic nanostructures should throw out their old optics textbooks and bone up on their quantum...
Article - 2 Nov 2012
Situated in the south-central part of the United States, Texas is the second most populated state in the country, and has an increasing population of 25.7 million.
Article - 1 Oct 2009
It is not widely known but radiactive gold was used in the treatment of cancer many years ago. Now a number of research groups around the world are using the unique properties of gold to develop new...
Article - 4 Jan 2019
In this article the health impact of of Nanotechnology is discussed and how it can affect different parts of human health and what possible issues will be as nanotechnology develops