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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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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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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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Latest Nanotechnology Sports News

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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Latest Nanotechnology Sports News

Nanoparticle-based superconducting ink heats water instantly
Sandra Casillas adds that the ink was implemented in a major sports complex of the city to heat the pool, where two million cubic meters of water are heated from 26 to 37 C°. To achieve this, the researcher and her team placed tubes covered with ink on …
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Pair of Peel scholars part of winning idea to get youth playing outdoors again
Mississauga's Partha Patel (third from left on bottom) and Brampton's Eniko Zsoldos (top, far right) pose with their team after winning the Shad – John Dobson Entrepreneurship Cup at an Oct. 22 ceremony in Waterloo for creating a device that dispenses …
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Iran, Malaysia hold 1st Intl. workshop on electrospinning
According to Iran Nanotechnology Initiative Council (INIC), the first International Workshop on Electrospinning: Research, Management & Commercialization was held by the Iranian Society of Nanomedicine (ISNM) in association with PAHANG University, …
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Cleveland Clinic, Hebrew University to use nanomedicine to target deadly diseases
The Center for Transformative Nanomedicine is a virtual partnership in which doctors and researchers working at the Clinic and Hebrew University will combine their efforts to create and commercialize new therapies. In addition to its potential to treat …
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Kjeld Janssen and a nanofluidic gadget, also referred to as a lab-on-a-chip Picture
The postage stamp-sized square of merged silica Kjeld Janssen is holding might not look like a great deal to the inexperienced eye, but inside the clear chip lies the potential to improve how medication and medical research study is done.
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Molecular tinkering doubles cancer drug'' s efficacy”Plainly in the animal design there is a night and day distinction, and if that means people it will certainly be transformative for patients,” “stated Neil Spector, an oncologist at Duke Medicine familiar with the work. “”However it'' s not just the boost in …
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Nanoparticles used to breach mucus barrier in lungs: Proof-of-concept study
Researchers at the Johns Hopkins University School of Medication, Johns Hopkins University Department of Chemical and Biomolecular Engineering, and Federal University of Rio de Janeiro in Brazil have designed a DNA-loaded nanoparticle that can pass …
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Latest Nanomedicine Cancer News

The Challenges and Approaches for Characterizing Nanomedicines
Characterization Lab (US-NCL) of the united state National Cancer Institute to guarantee nanomedicine characterization for future pharmaceutical products. In an effort to bring safe and advantageous nanomedicines into the center and on the marketplace, the EU-NCL …
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BIND Rehabs, Inc. (BIND: NASDAQ) Expert Price Target Update
BIND Rehabs, Inc. (BIND: NASDAQ): The mean brief term rate target for BIND Therapeutics, Inc. (BIND: NASDAQ) has actually been developed at $ 13.5 per share. The greater price target estimate is at $ 14 and the lower rate target estimate is anticipated at $ 13 …
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Latest Nanomedicine Future News

NanoMedicine— big, blue sky visions for tiny technology?
Nanotechnologies have been used to many industries and changed our world through electronics, foods, building and material science. Advances in nanotechnology and nano-fabrication are also basically altering the future of medication.
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Acne Creating Bacteria Eliminated By Nitric Oxide Generated From
Focusing more on the paper, I believe a more comprehensive gratitude of nanotechnology, specifically nanomedicine is important as there is endless capacity to both improve the sustainability and effectiveness of established medications and give for the shipment …
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