Increased use of Nanomaterials Emerging as a Key Trend in the Global Tennis

Increased use of Nanomaterials Emerging as a Key Trend in the Global Tennis
LONDON–(BUSINESS WIRE)–According to the latest market research report by Technavio, the global tennis equipment market is expected to reach 1.37 billion in revenue by 2020. Global tennis equipment market expected to reach 1.37 billion in revenue by …
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The meeting of the RAS Council on materials and nanomaterials
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Light-driven dinitrogen reduction: Scientists shed new light on global energy
"So, the new process, which uses nanomaterials to capture light energy, could be a game-changer." "Using light directly to create a catalyst is much more energy efficient, says Brown, NREL research scientist. "This new ammonia-producing process is the …
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The Global Market for Nanomaterials in Flexible Screens, Transparent
As well as enabling novel approaches to display designs, nanomaterials are also incorporated into display components, such as transparent electrodes, thin film transistors, coatings, sensors, transparent conductors, and infrared and visible photodetectors.
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New cancer drug delivery system could be 'transformational'

New cancer drug delivery system could be 'transformational'
In a mouse study published this week, the nanotechnology-based strategy destroyed a particularly lethal type of breast cancer after it reached the lung, a stage of the disease considered almost untreatable. The team hopes to test the strategy on …
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Nanoscale rotor, gripper push DNA origami to new limits
Another recent paper, in Nature Nanotechnology, reported a hinged molecular manipulator, also made from DNA. These are just the latest steps in a campaign to transform so-called "DNA origami" into an industrially useful, commercially viable technology.
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Dubai Takes Innovation to the Sports Arena With World Future Sports Games in
Dubai today announced that it will organize World Future Sports Games in December 2017 as the first initiative of its kind in the world featuring innovation and futuristic technology based sports competitions. The World Future Sports Games was unveiled …
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The science of watching paint dry; new nanotech research could improve
Date: March 18, 2016; Source: University of Surrey; Summary: New research has described a new physical mechanism that separates particles according to their size during the drying of wet coatings. The discovery could help improve the performance of a …
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New method of drug delivery may be safer and more effective against pancreatic
The researchers believe that a FOLFORINOX regimen could be made safer and more effective against pancreatic cancer using the mesoporous silica nanoparticle delivery system for irinotecan, Meng said. He added that they still have some distance to go …
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Soap-Bubble-Like Nanocontainers Show Promise for Drug Delivery to Constricted
Nanomedicine: Nanotechnology, Biology, and Medicine. Liposomes are nanocontainers that look like soap bubbles, which consist of a double phospholipid membrane protecting an inner aqueous compartment. Professor Andreas Zumbühl's research team …
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New analytical tool may help diagnose cancer faster than conventional methods
The research paper was authored by postdoctoral research associate Xiaoxiao Ma; doctoral students Leelyn Chong and Ran Tian; Riyi Shi, a professor of neuroscience and biomedical engineering; Tony Y. Hu, an assistant professor of nanomedicine at the …
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Syracuse chemists combine biology, nanotechnology to create alternate energy
Quantum rods and luciferase enzymes are nanomaterials and biomaterials, respectively. When combined correctly, these materials produce bioluminescence–except, instead of coming from a biomaterial, such as a firefly enzyme, the light eminates from a …
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Scientists Reveal New Way to Make Carbon Neutral and Carbon Negative Electric
This process was developed by the Licht team and published in the Nano letters journal in August 2015. STEP utilizes sunlight to provide the thermal and electrical energy required for splitting carbon dioxide into oxygen and carbon, and creates carbon …
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Are some people more likely to develop adverse reactions to nanoparticle-based

Are some people more likely to develop adverse reactions to nanoparticle-based
IMAGE: Nucleic Acid Therapeutics is an authoritative peer-reviewed journal published bimonthly in print and online that focuses on cutting-edge basic research, therapeutic applications, and drug development using nucleic acids or related… view more …
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German-French Colloquium on "Innovation from Bench to Bedside" – Emerging and
In 2015, a Task Force constituted of representatives from research, industry and the European Commission was set up to design a concept for a European Industry-Driven Initiative on “Emerging and Strategic Technologies for Healthcare” (ESTHER). … In …
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Candriam Luxembourg S.C.A. Increases Stake in Puma Biotechnology Inc (PBYI)
Puma Biotechnology logo Candriam Luxembourg S.C.A. increased its position in Puma Biotechnology Inc (NASDAQ:PBYI) by 39.8% during the fourth quarter, according to its most recent Form 13F filing with the SEC. The fund owned 84,300 shares of the …
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Zika: Why Biotechnology is Imperative to National Security. Analysis of
Let's not wait for Wikileaks to tell us 10 years from now just how bad the nations of the world had been infiltrated and exploited through biotechnology before we recognize this industry as absolutely vital to national security and begin investing in …
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Celator® Pharmaceuticals Announces VYXEOS™ (CPX-351) Selected As Best

Celator® Pharmaceuticals Announces VYXEOS™ (CPX-351) Selected As Best
EWING, N.J., Oct. 27, 2015 /PRNewswire/ — Celator Pharmaceuticals, Inc. (Nasdaq: CPXX) today announced that VYXEOS™ (formerly referred to as CPX-351) was recognized with the Nanomedicine Award 2015. This award recognizes projects or products …
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Nanopharmaceutical Industry and Market: Companies, Products, R&D and Revenue
Do you want to find sales potentials of nanomedicine? If so, our new analysis gives you revenue forecasts to 2025 at overall world market, application, product and national level. That way you discover financial data, trends, R&D, opportunities and …
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Launching the Nanomedicine Academy of Minority Serving Institutions
Nanomedicine uses nanotechnology for the prevention, diagnosis, and treatment of disease. Northeastern boasts several pioneers in the field, including Thomas Webster, the Art Zafiropoulo Chair in Engineering and the chair of Northeastern's chemical …
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A roadmap for bulk nanomaterials based on 2D building blocks

A roadmap for bulk nanomaterials based on 2D building blocks
This scaling up of nanomaterials in the broader context of materials science and engineering is the topic of a Perspective article in ACS Nano ("Bulk Nanostructured Materials Based on Two-Dimensional Building Blocks: A Roadmap"), where the authors …
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New fluorescent nanomaterials take inspiration from plant antenna systems
This is the aim being pursued by the UPV/EHU's Molecular Spectroscopy Group which, coinciding with the International Year of Light, has designed a set of fluorescent nanomaterials which have taken their inspiration from the antenna systems of plants.
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OECD Publishes Reports Concerning Nanomaterials
Considerations for Using Dissolution as a Function of Surface Chemistry to Evaluate Environmental Behaviour Of Nanomaterials in Risk Assessments: A Preliminary Case Study Using Silver Nanoparticles — The December 18, 2015, report discusses …
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Nanotechnology: the big picture (video)
Her research focuses on the design of a novel nanodrug delivery system to target dividing cells, specifically cancer cells. She is also developing new Nanomedicines to tackle bacterial antibiotic resistance problem. She has a PhD in molecular biology …
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UB partners with Citiva on medical marijuana research program
Just days after the launch of New York's medical marijuana program, the University at Buffalo has announced a new research initiative into medicinal cannabis in partnership with Citiva LLC. With $ 1.65 million in funding from Citiva, UB's Center for …
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Isolated Scholars: Making Bricks, Not Shaping Policy

Isolated Scholars: Making Bricks, Not Shaping Policy
It is time to build the wall from the large and growing body of research in the physical and social sciences on a host of issues: not just climate change, but also nanotechnology, nuclear power, autism and vaccines, GMOs, and more. Academic scholarship …
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Scientists from the Kurchatov Institute, MIPT, the University of Parma (Italy), Moscow State University, and Saint Petersburg State University have created a neural network based on polymeric memristors – devices that can potentially be used to build …
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Medical Nanotechnology: 3 Areas of Research
Proponents of “bigger is better” may want to think again, particularly when it comes to nanotechnology. That's because advancements in nanotechnology could also mean advancements in the medical devices market. Nanotechnology is proving to be a viable …
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