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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Nanomedicine special issue explores integrated role of nanomedical research

Nanomedicine special issue explores integrated role of nanomedical research
Contributing authors to the issue address the historical trajectory of the field, current debates, and future perspectives on nanomedical research. The articles position nanomedicine as not just a biological, chemical, and physical issue, but also a …
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Nanotechnology in Medical Applications: The Global Market
13, 2016 /PRNewswire/ — This BCC Research report discusses the implications of technology and commercial trends in the context of current size and growth of the pharmaceutical market, both in global terms and as analyzed by selected national markets …
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Crown Bioscience Names Global Scientific Director for Translational Oncology
He earned his Ph.D. from the University of California – Irvine and performed a post-doctoral fellowship with a research focus on angiogenesis, cancer biology, nanomedicine and drug discovery at the Moores Cancer Center at the University of California …
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UW-Madison nanotech center receives million
A Madison-based research hub devoted to evaluating the environmental effect of nanotechnology has received $ 20 million in National Science Foundation funding over the next five years. The University of Wisconsin-Madison is the host institution for the …
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Commercial gene tests can't predict sports performance
The GLP aggregated and excerpted this blog/article to reflect the diversity of news, opinion and analysis. Commercial genetic testing designed to reveal athletic potential for sports is being called meaningless by a group of experts, who also warn …
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After decades of defeat, Caltech finds formula for winning in conference
Picture a solitary figure, shooting baskets and muttering. The man is pale and skinny, with round glasses and wispy brown hair. Looks fortyish, like he should be teaching calculus. But instead he's here in an otherwise deserted gym, in Pasadena, on a …
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New partnership paves way for improved HIV treatments through nanomedicine

New partnership paves way for improved HIV treatments through nanomedicine
The work is led by Liverpool Pharmacologist, Professor Andrew Owen and Liverpool Materials Chemist, Professor Steve Rannard and their collaborative nanomedicine research programme on infectious diseases, inflammation, and oncology.
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A new way to deliver microRNAs for cancer treatment: Scientists exploit gene

A new way to deliver microRNAs for cancer treatment: Scientists exploit gene
“This is a platform that can deliver any gene of interest,” says Natalie Artzi, a research scientist in MIT's Institute for Medical Engineering and Science (IMES) and an assistant professor of medicine at Brigham and Women's Hospital. “This work …
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Oakton to sponsor nanotechnology open houses
Nanotechnology is playing an increasingly important role in biology, chemistry, engineering, medicine, and physics, from building microprocessors and delivering anti-cancer drugs efficiently to making clothes more stain resistant and improving …
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N+1 Singer Cuts Midatech Pharma PLC (MTPH) Price Target to GBX 300

N+1 Singer Cuts Midatech Pharma PLC (MTPH) Price Target to GBX 300
Midatech Pharma PLC (LON:MTPH) had its price objective decreased by research analysts at N+1 Singer from GBX 385 ($ 5.66) to GBX 300 ($ 4.41) in a research note issued to investors on Wednesday, Analyst Ratings.Net reports. The firm currently has a “buy …
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BIND Therapeutics (BIND) Names Jonathan Yingling Chief Scientific Officer
… as Chief Scientific Officer. In this position, Dr. Yingling will be responsible for leading BIND's research and development efforts to identify and pursue new product opportunities where the unique attributes of ACCURINs can be leveraged to provide …
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Nanotechnology Future Outlook 2016

Nanotechnology Future Outlook 2016
No doubt, investors are keeping an eye on the nanotechnology future outlook and what could be next. To get more insight into this area, the Investing News Network spoke with Anthony Vicari, an analyst on the advanced materials team at Lux Research, …
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Nanotechnology specialist to lead Virginia Tech's research division
Virginia Tech will begin the New Year with a new vice president for research and innovation, the university has announced. Theresa Mayer, a nanotechnology researcher and associate dean for research and innovation at Penn State's College of Engineering, …
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Northeastern faculty spark a sea change in the nanomedicine field
Nanomedicine uses nanotechnology—the science of building devices from infinitesimally small particles—for the prevention, diagnosis, and treatment of disease. … Recently the two received a $ 496,000 grant from the National Science Foundation to …
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ASU strengthens STEM education 'ecosystem' through museum initiatives
The toolkits and exhibitions are modeled after successful initiatives of the NSF-funded Nanoscale Informal Science Education Network (NISE Net), a national collaboration of researchers and informal science educators that reaches 11 million members of …
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Exclusive: India's GVFL gets nod for $38m startup fund

Exclusive: India's GVFL gets nod for m startup fund
First, a $ 50 million fund to back clean technology, Nano technology and edtech firms and second, a $ 10-million fund, a micro-cap fund, to invest in education technology, cleantech and nanotechnology focused companies. The government has also launched …

Worldwide Microscopy Devices Market (Semiconductors, Life Sciences
Fresh interests in new areas like nanotechnology and atomic scale semiconductor arrangement has created requirements for microscopes employing mediums much more penetrative than light itself, i.e. electron, X-ray, etc. This has enabled us to venture …
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Hu, Alivisatos to receive National Medals of Science, Technology
An award-winning chemist and internationally recognized authority on the fabrication of nanocrystals and their use in solar energy applications, he is the scientific founder of two prominent nanotechnology companies, Nanosys and Quantum Dot Corp, now a …
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Bulgarian Academy of Sciences Presents New Nanotechnology Equipment
The Institute of Solid State Physics of the Bulgarian Academy of Sciences (ISSP-BAS) held a workshop on “Nanotechnology and nanomaterials: new equipment in the ISSP-BAS” with representatives of leading companies in the nanotechnology field in …
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