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    BioSante is developing a pipeline of hormone therapy products to treat both men and women. BioSante's hormone therapy products are gel formulations for transdermal administration that deliver...
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    Nanoforce’s growth strategy is to aggressively pursue Nanotech research opportunities, primarily focused in the area of improving commercial products used in day-to-day activities. By focusing on...
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    Perpetuus is an advanced material manufacturer primarily focused on surface engineered carbon structures such as graphene and carbon nanotubes. Perpetuus is the No 1 global producer and supplier of...
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    Applied Nanoscience Inc. is the owner of a growing Intellectual Property platform - NEFT™ (NanoFense™ particles – Enhanced – Filtration - Technology). The company...
  • News - 2 Dec 2013
    Nanosponges that soak up a dangerous pore-forming toxin produced by MRSA (methicillin-resistant Staphylococcus aureus) could serve as a safe and effective vaccine against this toxin. This...
  • News - 15 Apr 2013
    Engineers at the University of California, San Diego have invented a "nanosponge" capable of safely removing a broad class of dangerous toxins from the bloodstream – including toxins...
  • News - 21 Jun 2009
    New structures of a botulism toxin interacting with a mimic of the nerve-cell protein it destroys suggest new ways to block this often-fatal interaction. Indeed, the mimic molecules have such high...
  • News - 18 May 2015
    Nanoengineers at the University of California, San Diego developed a gel filled with toxin-absorbing nanosponges that could lead to an effective treatment for skin and wound infections caused by MRSA...
  • News - 12 Aug 2014
    Bee, snake or scorpion venom could form the basis of a new generation of cancer-fighting drugs, scientists will report here today. They have devised a method for targeting venom proteins specifically...
  • News - 22 Jan 2014
    Some may think of turkeys as good for just lunch meat and holiday meals. But bioengineers at the University of California, Berkeley, saw inspiration in the big birds for a new type of biosensor that...