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Tags results for 'nanotechnology'

How nanotechnology can advance regenerative medicine

Posted in Science on 6th Nov, 2013 02:16 AM
by AlexMuller
Nanotechnology may provide new strategies for regenerative medicine, including better tools to improve or restore damaged tissues.

Ultrasound-released nanoparticles may help diabetics avoid the needle

Posted in Medicine on 25th Nov, 2013 11:40 PM
by AlexMuller
A new nanotechnology based technique for regulating blood sugar in diabetics could give patients the ability to release insulin painlessly using a small ultrasound device.

Researchers split water into hydrogen, oxygen using light, nanoparticles

Posted in Science on 18th Dec, 2013 03:09 AM
by AlexMuller
Technology potentially could create a clean, renewable source of energy.

New graphene treatment could unleash new uses in electronic devices

Posted in Hardware on 19th Dec, 2013 01:09 AM
by AlexMuller
MIT team develops simple, inexpensive method that could help realize graphene’s promise for electronics, solar power, and sensors.

What Nanotube Computers Mean To Moore's Law

Posted in Science on 26th Dec, 2013 01:06 AM
by AlexMuller
Stanford scientists have built a nanotube computer, an engineering feat that points to continuing advances in computational performance.

NASA's Plan To Deal With Pesky Moon Dust

Posted in Science on 27th Dec, 2013 12:39 AM
by AlexMuller
Moon dust is dangerous. Each mote is like a tiny shard of glass, there’s no wind or rain to soften the edges of lunar soil.

Injected microparticles shown to greatly reduce heart attack damage

Posted in Medicine on 19th Jan, 2014 12:28 AM
by AlexMuller
An injection of polymer nanoparticles could save the lives of heart attack victims.

E-whiskers: highly sensitive tactile sensors for robotics and other applications

Posted in Hardware on 23rd Jan, 2014 11:53 PM
by AlexMuller
Among their potential applications is giving robots new abilities to “see” and “feel” their surrounding environment.

Nanoparticle pinpoints blood-vessel plaques

Posted in Medicine on 8th Feb, 2014 12:46 AM
by AlexMuller
A step toward identifying plaques vulnerable to rupture that causes heart attack and stroke.

Researchers hijack cancer migration mechanism to move brain tumors

Posted in Medicine on 26th Feb, 2014 04:20 AM
by AlexMuller
The migrating cells latch onto the specially-designed nanofibers and follow them to a location where they can be captured and killed.

New Paper-Based Urine Tests Could Detect Cancer and Heart Disease

Posted in Medicine on 26th Feb, 2014 04:35 AM
by AlexMuller
Diagnosing cancer and heart disease generally requires extensively trained personnel and expensive instruments.

Selective nanopores in graphene dramatically improve desalination and purification

Posted in Science on 2nd Mar, 2014 01:16 AM
by AlexMuller
subnanoscale pores in a sheet of graphene could lead to ultrathin filters for improved desalination or water purification.

Graphene used to filter sea water into drinking water

Posted in Science on 29th Mar, 2014 12:03 AM
by AlexMuller
Graphene has proven itself as a wonder material with a vast range of unique properties:

Nanotubes increase conductivity of solar cells by 100 million

Posted in Hardware on 4th Apr, 2014 12:23 AM
by AlexMuller
Controlled placement of carbon nanotubes in nanostructures could result in a huge boost in electronic performance in photovoltaic solar cells.

Samsung claims a graphene breakthough, which may be huge for future wearables

Posted in Science on 5th Apr, 2014 12:34 AM
by AlexMuller
Graphene is primed to be one of the most important materials for the technology industry over the next few years.

Color pixels made of nanowires offer new paradigm for cameras

Posted in Hardware on 5th Apr, 2014 11:59 PM
by AlexMuller
Researchers have been investigating new ways to achieve color in digital cameras that don't rely on conventional organic dye filters.

Scientists make new sensor that could lead to night vision contact lenses

Posted in Hardware on 7th Apr, 2014 12:21 AM
by AlexMuller
New research points the way to how we could see in the dark with our own eyes.

A smartphone that charges in 30 seconds: Engineers unveil new 'bio-battery'

Posted in Hardware on 10th Apr, 2014 12:58 AM
by AlexMuller
StoreDot uses unique nanotechnology to deliver the charge quickly: Don't expect to see it on shelves for another 3 years.

Flowing salt water over graphene generates electricity

Posted in Science on 20th Apr, 2014 12:54 AM
by AlexMuller
In recent years, scientists have investigated generating electrical power using nano-structures.

Nanotech method boosts conventional cancer treatments in pre-clinical trial

Posted in Medicine on 9th Jun, 2014 01:16 AM
by AlexMuller
The conventional wisdom has it that there’s no silver bullet for treating cancer.

Gold Nanoparticles Melt Your Excess Fat

Posted in Medicine on 19th Jun, 2014 04:20 AM
by AlexMuller
Perhaps you'll see the nanotechnology in a cosmetic surgeon's office before you see it at the oncologist's.

Nanoscale composites improve MRI by ten times

Posted in Science on 19th Jun, 2014 04:26 AM
by AlexMuller
Submicroscopic particles that contain even smaller particles of iron oxide could make magnetic resonance imaging (MRI) a far more powerful tool to detect and fight disease.

Targeting tumors using silver nanoparticles

Posted in Science on 19th Jun, 2014 04:29 AM
by AlexMuller
Scientists at UC Santa Barbara have designed a silver spherical nanoparticle encased in a shell coated with a peptide that enables it to target tumor cells.

Israel and China sign $300M nanotech-computer science deal

Posted in Hardware on 25th Jun, 2014 12:21 AM
by AlexMuller
The Chinese are looking for partners in order to excel their innovation process.

Targeting Multiple Myeloma With Coated And Loaded Nanoparticles

Posted in Medicine on 11th Jul, 2014 01:39 AM
by AlexMuller
A nanoparticle that simultaneously attacks bone cancer and strengthens bone damaged by cancer.

'Nanojuice' could help diagnose gastrointestinal illnesses

Posted in Medicine on 22nd Aug, 2014 12:44 AM
by AlexMuller
Doctors would strike the nanoparticles, once they reach the small intestine, with a harmless laser light, providing an unparalleled, non-invasive, real-time view of the organ.

Atoms to product: Engineering products at the nanoscale

Posted in Hardware on 29th Aug, 2014 01:05 AM
by AlexMuller
If successful, A2P could help enable creation of entirely new classes of materials that exhibit nanoscale properties at all scales.

Aubrey de Grey: Technological miniaturization could increase our lifespans

Posted in Hardware on 5th Sep, 2014 03:11 AM
by AlexMuller
The miniaturization of technologies will eventually result in them dominating medical treatments, enabling us to live longer.

Coated nanoparticles show Alzheimer's promise

Posted in Medicine on 13th Sep, 2014 10:25 PM
by AlexMuller
Nanoparticles coated in an amino acid polymer have been found to prevent the formation of amyloid associated with the development of neurodegenerative diseases.

Nanotechnology and bioengineering are taking the fight to cancer

Posted in Medicine on 23rd Oct, 2014 12:59 AM
by AlexMuller
Perhaps no other diseases highlights the need for improved diagnostic and treatment options better than cancers.

Google is developing cancer and heart attack detector

Posted in Medicine on 28th Oct, 2014 10:00 PM
by AlexMuller
Google is aiming to diagnose cancers, impending heart attacks or strokes and other diseases, at a much earlier stage than is currently possible.

Magnetic nanoparticles stimulate cells to regenerate bone

Posted in Medicine on 25th Nov, 2014 11:54 PM
by AlexMuller
Researchers in bone tissue regeneration believe they have made a significant breakthrough for sufferers of bone trauma, disease or defects such as osteoporosis.

A new low-cost way to create 3D nanostructures

Posted in Science on 13th Dec, 2014 12:32 AM
by AlexMuller
Researchers have developed a new low-cost lithography technique that can create 3D nanostructures for biomedical, electronic, and photonic applications.

New pulsed-magnetic method uses nanorods to deliver drugs

Posted in Hardware on 15th Dec, 2014 11:26 PM
by AlexMuller
A technique to magnetically deliver drug-carrying nanorods to deep targets in the body using magnetic fields could transform the way tumors are treated.

2015 human trial of nanobots to fight cancer and soon to repair spinal cords

Posted in Medicine on 28th Dec, 2014 08:59 PM
by AlexMuller
A human patient with late stage leukemia will be given nanobot treatment. They expect to remove the cancer within one month.

Smart nanoparticles take aim at cancer cells

Posted in Medicine on 4th Jan, 2015 02:29 AM
by AlexMuller
Scientists in China have developed an intelligent nanoparticle system that delivers a chemotherapeutic drug directly to the nucleus of cancer cells.

Glowing nanotech guides cancer surgery, kills remaining cancer cells

Posted in Science on 6th Jan, 2015 09:42 PM
by AlexMuller
The method should allow more accurate surgical removal of solid tumors at the same time it eradicates any remaining cancer cells.

Hinges and pistons from DNA show capability for future nano-robots

Posted in Hardware on 8th Jan, 2015 08:46 PM
by AlexMuller
The project is the first to prove that basic design principles that apply to typical full-size machines can produce complex, controllable components for nano-robots.

Micro-machines journey inside animal

Posted in Medicine on 19th Jan, 2015 07:30 PM
by AlexMuller
In a case of science fiction meeting reality, microscopic machines have journeyed inside a living animal.

Here's why Google is making human skin

Posted in Science on 2nd Feb, 2015 05:37 PM
by AlexMuller
Last year, Google revealed that it's in the early stages of creating tiny, magnetic nanoparticles that will be able to search the human body for cancer and other diseases.

Microscopic gold tubes can both detect and destroy cancer cells

Posted in Science on 17th Feb, 2015 05:51 PM
by AlexMuller
There's no doubt that doctors would prefer to treat cancer as soon as they spot it, and it looks like nanotechnology might give them that chance.

Lung Cancer 'Breathalyzers' to Boost Early Detection

Posted in Hardware on 19th Feb, 2015 06:26 PM
by AlexMuller
There is a large push for earlier diagnosis of diseases, like cancer and Alzheimer’s. Often, by the time symptoms show up, the disease much more difficult to treat.

Self-healing nanogel acts as long-term drug supply

Posted in Medicine on 24th Feb, 2015 11:08 PM
by AlexMuller
MIT chemical engineers have designed a new type of self-healing hydrogel that can be injected through a syringe to supply one or two different drugs at a time.

Nanoparticles could stop blood-clot-caused strokes and heart attacks

Posted in Medicine on 26th Feb, 2015 07:56 PM
by AlexMuller
This new technology could destroy blood clots 1000 times faster than a commonly used clot-busting technique.

A 'breakthrough' in rechargeable batteries for electronic devices and electric vehicles

Posted in Science on 28th Feb, 2015 09:24 PM
by AlexMuller
Researchers have synthesized a new material that they say could more than double the energy capacity of lithium-ion batteries.

Drug-delivering nano 'drones' to help prevent heart attacks

Posted in Science on 3rd Mar, 2015 01:47 PM
by AlexMuller
Nanometer-sized 'drones' that deliver drugs to heal and stabilize fat deposits in arteries could become a new way to prevent heart attacks caused by atherosclerosis.

Nano Ink That Lets You Draw Sensors Onto Almost Anything

Posted in Hardware on 5th Mar, 2015 09:28 PM
by AlexMuller
Nanoengineers are opening the door to an era when anyone will be able to build sensors, anywhere, including physicians in the clinic, patients in their home and soldiers in the field.

Cancer-fighting nanoparticles carry medicine to tumors in the lungs

Posted in Medicine on 6th Mar, 2015 06:24 PM
by AlexMuller
A new nanoparticle is capable of carrying cancer-fighting drugs to a tumor site in the lungs before releasing them.

New nanodevice defeats drug resistance and releases cancer drugs

Posted in Medicine on 11th Mar, 2015 06:41 PM
by AlexMuller
Researchers were able to shrink tumors by 90 percent in two weeks.

Wireless brain stimulaton with magnetic nanoparticles

Posted in Science on 15th Mar, 2015 05:48 PM
by AlexMuller
Researchers have developed a method to stimulate brain tissue using external magnetic fields and injected magnetic nanoparticles to treat diseases such as Parkinson’s.

Megascale Desalination

Posted in Hardware on 16th Mar, 2015 08:30 PM
by AlexMuller
The world’s largest and cheapest reverse-osmosis desalination plant is up and running in Israel.

Progress on DNA based medical nano-machines

Posted in Medicine on 16th Mar, 2015 09:09 PM
by AlexMuller
If Bachelet's approach proves successful in humans, and is backed by more research, the team’s work could signal a transformational moment in cancer treatment.

Nanoparticles open blood-brain barrier for delivery of molecules

Posted in Hardware on 27th Mar, 2015 12:22 AM
by AlexMuller
Currently 98 percent of therapeutic molecules are blocked by the barrier, but a new technique opens the door to new treatments for brain diseases.

'Nanoneedles' generate new blood vessels, paving the way for new regenerative medicine

Posted in Medicine on 31st Mar, 2015 08:20 PM
by AlexMuller
Scientists have developed 'nanoneedles' that have successfully prompted parts of the body to generate new blood vessels, in a trial in mice.

Shape-shifting nanoprobes report on internal body conditions using magnetic fields

Posted in Medicine on 6th Apr, 2015 11:57 PM
by AlexMuller
New shape-shifting nanoprobes that can perform high-resolution remote biological sensing.

Carbon nanotubes can move molecules in and out of cell membranes

Posted in Hardware on 11th Apr, 2015 10:50 PM
by AlexMuller
Researchers have been able to make membranes permeable by inserting carbon nanotubes that work like little tunnels.

Artificial photosynthesis may help to solve carbon emissions problem

Posted in Science on 18th Apr, 2015 05:29 PM
by AlexMuller
A new system, made out of nanowires and bacteria, that can capture CO2 emissions before they are vented into the atmosphere.

Butterfly wings may be the answer to glare-proof screens

Posted in Hardware on 24th Apr, 2015 08:51 PM
by AlexMuller
Butterfly wings could inspire phone and laptop screens that are glare-proof, putting an end to awkward squinting while trying to read emails on a sunny day.

Nanotech drug holds promise for treating Parkinson's

Posted in Science on 2nd May, 2015 11:48 PM
by AlexMuller
A rapidly aging population places a new imperative on the hunt for medicines to control, or even to cure, such neurodegenerative diseases.

Pfizer partnering with Ido Bachelet on DNA nanorobots

Posted in Medicine on 17th May, 2015 06:29 PM
by AlexMuller
If Bachelet's approach proves successful, and is backed by more research in the coming years, the team’s work could signal a transformation moment in cancer treatment.

Gel filled with nanosponges cleans up MRSA bacterial infections

Posted in Medicine on 21st May, 2015 01:21 AM
by AlexMuller
Nanoengineers have developed a gel filled with toxin absorbing nanosponges that could lead to an effective treatment for skin and wound infections caused by MRSA.

A new convenient procedure to visualize defects on graphene layers

Posted in Science on 28th May, 2015 11:41 PM
by AlexMuller
Ideal defect-free graphene is difficult to prepare and a simple direct method to capture and visualize its defects has been lacking.

20 billion nanoparticles talk to the brain using electricity

Posted in Science on 10th Jun, 2015 12:56 AM
by AlexMuller
Nanoparticles can be used to stimulate regions of the brain electrically, opening up new ways to treat brain diseases.

Tiny particles mimic the body's pancreas cells to combat type 1 diabetes

Posted in Medicine on 10th Jun, 2015 07:43 PM
by AlexMuller
Using tiny particles to mimic the form and function of the pancreatic cells is showing promise in halting the onset of diabetes.

Nanoparticles target and kill cancer stem cells that drive tumor growth

Posted in Medicine on 16th Jun, 2015 12:39 AM
by AlexMuller
Many cancer patients survive treatment only to have a recurrence. Recurrences are likely due to cancer stem cells that can be tough to kill with conventional drugs.

Swarms of tiny robots are joining forces to break through blocked arteries

Posted in Hardware on 30th Jun, 2015 01:12 AM
by AlexMuller
A $18 million initiative set on creating a microrobot-assisted procedure for dealing with blocked arteries within five years.

A drug delivery nanotech system holds promise for kidney cancer

Posted in Medicine on 12th Jul, 2015 10:14 PM
by AlexMuller
The device, called a mesoscale nanoparticle, could help boost the usefulness of some cancer drugs.

Tiny glue guns and glue made of nanoparticles could patch up surgical holes

Posted in Medicine on 6th Aug, 2015 02:35 PM
by AlexMuller
Glue made of nanoparticles, delivered by a needle, can be a better replacement for sutures and surgical staples.

New Nanotech Device Will Be Able To Target And Destroy Blood Clots

Posted in Medicine on 7th Aug, 2015 11:28 PM
by AlexMuller
Researchers have come up with an easy to administer method based on nanotechnology to deal with blood clots.

Stanford Researchers Unveil New Ultrafast Charging Aluminum-Ion Battery

Posted in Hardware on 14th Aug, 2015 07:40 PM
by AlexMuller
Researchers unveiled a new aluminum-ion battery chemistry with the ability to charge or discharge in less than a minute.

A paper-based blood test can quickly diagnose Ebola in remote areas

Posted in Hardware on 21st Aug, 2015 09:52 PM
by AlexMuller
A low-cost, paper-based device that changes color, depending on whether the patient has Ebola, dengue, or yellow fever.

Implanted carbon nanotubes could help diagnose medical conditions

Posted in Science on 25th Aug, 2015 11:03 PM
by AlexMuller
Scientists have been on the lookout for efficient ways to identify molecules in the body, because their levels can be indicative of dozens of different health conditions.

3D printed 120 micron long 'microfish' could be efficient bloodstream robots

Posted in Hardware on 31st Aug, 2015 10:37 PM
by AlexMuller
The university of San Diego used an innovative 3D printing technology to make multipurpose fish-shaped microrobots.

Tiny motors could suck carbon dioxide from the ocean

Posted in Science on 24th Sep, 2015 06:27 PM
by AlexMuller
Nanoengineers at the University of California, San Diego have designed a new form of tiny motor that could be used to rid the sea of carbon dioxide pollution.

How to make 3D objects totally disappear

Posted in Science on 30th Sep, 2015 11:55 PM
by AlexMuller
An ultra-thin invisibility 'skin' cloak that can conform to the shape of an object and conceal it from detection with visible light has been developed.

Self-propelled powder designed to stop severe bleeding

Posted in Science on 4th Oct, 2015 10:18 PM
by AlexMuller
The first self-propelled particles capable of delivering coagulants against the flow of blood to treat severe bleeding, a potentially huge advancement in trauma care.

Biodegradable implant could simplify bone replacement surgery

Posted in Medicine on 31st Oct, 2015 06:04 PM
by AlexMuller
A new biodegradable graft material could take the place of actual bone, for the treatment of fractures or other injuries.

Conducting ink can boost solar thermal by 70% for a few dollars

Posted in Business on 1st Nov, 2015 03:29 PM
by AlexMuller
Researchers have created a nanoparticle-rich, conducting ink that they have used to coat pipes of solar water heaters to increase their efficiency by up to 70 percent.

How Graphene Could Turn Air Into Energy

Posted in Science on 7th Nov, 2015 12:20 PM
by AlexMuller
Graphene can easily allow protons to pass through it, researchers have found. The discovery could open the door to a whole new type of energy production.

Scientists develop 'nanopores' that inexpensively filter the salt out of seawater

Posted in Hardware on 14th Nov, 2015 04:24 PM
by AlexMuller
A material that allows high volumes of water to pass through tiny holes called nanopores while blocking salt and contaminants.

Oscillating electric field used to remove nanoparticles from blood

Posted in Medicine on 2nd Dec, 2015 04:53 AM
by AlexMuller
Engineers are developing a technique using an oscillating electric field to separate nanoparticles from blood in a way that may one day make it a routine procedure.

'Nanobombs' that blow up cancer cells

Posted in Medicine on 9th Dec, 2015 06:53 PM
by AlexMuller
Nanoparticles that contain a chemical used in baking bread that make cancer cells swell and burst when exposed to near-infrared laser light.

Shaking out the nanomaterials: a new method to purify water

Posted in Science on 13th Dec, 2015 10:24 PM
by AlexMuller
Purifying water could be as simple as shaking a vial of water and oil.

Researchers kill drug-resistant lung cancer with 50 times less chemo

Posted in Medicine on 20th Jan, 2016 10:15 AM
by AlexMuller
Paclitaxel just got more effective. Researchers packaged the drug in containers derived from a patient’s immune system, protecting it from being destroyed as it reaches the tumor.

New nanotechnology can detect the biomarkers of cancer and other diseases

Posted in Hardware on 14th Feb, 2016 04:21 PM
by AlexMuller
"We envision this as a potential first-line, noninvasive diagnostic to detect anything from cancer to the Ebola virus"

New Stretchable nano-devices towards smart contact lenses

Posted in Hardware on 19th Feb, 2016 08:38 PM
by AlexMuller
The device manipulates light to such an extent that it can filter specific colours while still being transparent and could be used in the future to make smart contact lenses.

New cancer treatment targets sick cells only

Posted in Medicine on 29th May, 2016 01:27 PM
by AlexMuller
During in vitro tests, the nanoparticles killed around 70 percent of prostate tumor cells while only 10 percent of healthy cells of the same lineage were hit.

IBM’s New Artificial Neurons a Big Step Toward Powerful Brain-Like Computers

Posted in Hardware on 15th Aug, 2016 07:05 PM
by AlexMuller
The chip’s components behave strikingly similar to biological neurons and perform complicated computations rapidly with little energy.

Nanoparticles that speed blood clotting may someday save lives

Posted in Medicine on 27th Aug, 2016 02:01 PM
by AlexMuller
Researchers have developed nanoparticles that congregate wherever injury occurs in the body to help it form blood clots, and they've validated these particles in vivo.

Vanderbilt University's Artificial Kidney

Posted in Medicine on 13th Nov, 2016 11:41 PM
by AlexMuller
Vanderbilt University Medical Center Professor of Medicine Dr. William H. Fissell IV, is making major progress on a first-of-its kind device to free kidney patients from dialysis.

NASA developing carbon nanotube-based material for Stronger and lighter vehicles and Mars habitats

Posted in Science on 21st Feb, 2017 04:11 PM
by Alex Muller
Deep space exploration will require new materials.

Inductive heating of Magnetic Nanoparticles enables safe thawing of cryopreserved transplant organs

Posted in Medicine on 3rd Mar, 2017 12:52 AM
by Alex Muller
Nanotechnology can be used to rapidly rewarm cryogenically treated samples without damaging delicate frozen tissues.

Neuron-recording nanowires could help screen drugs for neurological diseases

Posted in Medicine on 16th Apr, 2017 04:01 PM
by Alex Muller
Ultimate goal is a neural-lace-like device that can be implanted in the brain to bridge or repair networks.

Smartphones that charge in five minutes 'could arrive next year'

Posted in Hardware on 13th May, 2017 10:11 PM
by Alex Muller
The technology was first shown off in 2015, when Israeli start-up StoreDot demonstrated its FlashBattery at the CES tech show in Las Vegas.

Nanoparticle-drug combo turns white fat to brown fat with potential to treat obesity, diabetes

Posted in Medicine on 9th Jul, 2018 02:38 PM
by Alex Muller
A way to deliver a drug directly to stored white fat cells to turn them into more easily burned brown fat cells.

Nanorobots for Medical Use are About to Become a Reality

Posted in Science on 30th Aug, 2018 05:56 AM
by Alex Muller
'We have developed nanocomposite particles that can be remotely controlled by a electromagnetic field. They function like extremely tiny robots that interact with biological cells.'

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