News - 9 Aug 2012
Gold is not just the material of choice for pretty jewelry; it is also used in technology, for example in nanoscopic particles for applications such as catalysis, biomedicine, and sensors.
News - 22 Jun 2009
Krzysztof Matyjaszewski, the J.C. Warner Professor of the Natural Sciences and University Professor at Carnegie Mellon University, will receive the 2009 Presidential Green Chemistry Challenge Award...
News - 2 Mar 2009
Overcoming the crisis with innovations - Marketing launch for new, high-performance applications in functional textiles - First serial successes expected with pilot customers soon - Leading...
News - 22 Dec 2014
Celator Pharmaceuticals, Inc., a biopharmaceutical company transforming the science of combination therapy and developing products to improve patient outcomes in cancer, today announced that the...
News - 8 May 2013
MagForce AG, a leading medical technology company in the field of nanomedicine in oncology, announced today that the Company has been granted a further European patent for its NanoTherm® therapy,...
News - 16 Jul 2010
Virtually every study that uses nanoparticles to deliver drugs and imaging agents to tumors starts by loading the clinical payload into the nanoparticle and then injecting the resulting delivery agent...
News - 7 Oct 2009
Errki Ruoslahti, professor at UC Santa Barbara's Burnham Institute for Medical Research, is the recipient of a $2.8 million award from the Department of Defense for research into detection and...
News - 20 Apr 2009
It's the reason why chemists envy green plants: by using photosynthesis, plants can easily fix the carbon dioxide that is so plentiful in air to make biomass, or organic compounds. Chemists would...
News - 20 Nov 2008
Research has shown that a particular receptor for the blood protein thrombin is overexpressed by highly metastatic melanoma cells. When activated, this receptor triggers a wide range of biochemical...
Article - 8 Nov 2017
Nanovectors are a type of targeted delivery vehicle that transports nanoscale material. Current research is exploring their use as an alternative to traditional biological vaccine methods.