Article - 21 Aug 2009
Nanotechnology is technology distinguished primarily by the scale at which it acts: one billionth of a metre, or one ten-thousandth the width of a human hair. In the simplest terms, nanotechnology is...
Article - 25 Nov 2005
CPI is working with the University of Newcastle upon Tyne to develop technologies that will give rise to a new range of nano-scale sensors and probes, using silicon quantum dots. This technology will...
Article - 8 Sep 2005
Accelrys® has delivered computational science and informatics software to diverse R&D organizations for over 20 years. They develop Computer Aided Nanodesign (CAN) solutions which enable scientists to...
Article - 4 Aug 2006
CPI has identified six key drivers influencing the transformation of the healthcare sector, which will create many opportunities for innovation.
Article - 28 Nov 2005
CPI have establihed the Photonic Materials Institute which is developing technologies for innovating commercially viable devices and applications in a number of significant market sectors including...
Article - 1 Aug 2005
Nanomaterials and nanoparticles are increasingly being used in the medical and pharmaceutical sectors, especially in key market areas such as drug delivery and medical imaging. The ways in which...
Article - 7 May 2004
Researchers are beginning to see the potential for breakthrough in healthcare through glycomics, which studies carbohydrates, proteins and their interactions. Posted April 28 2004
Article - 20 Nov 2003
Scientists at Northwestern University have developed an ultra-sensitive technology based on gold nanoparticles and DNA that can detect prostate specific antigen (PSA) when present at extremely low...
Article - 15 Feb 2004
UCLA nanotechnology researchers have received a boost with a $1.5 million grant from the W.M. Keck Foundation. Posted February 10 2004
Article - 24 May 2007
Nanotechnology is making inroads in drugs, medicines and drug delivery systems. This article examines how nanotechnology and nanoparticles are promising to change the way various medicines are...