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Innovative ‘pregnancy tester’ to help UK's 1m undiagnosed kidney disease cases

New report highlights how the nanoparticle device could save NHS millions of pounds a year and revolutionise kidney disease treatment



Correlative Raman-SEM imaging

Available for Zeiss Sigma 300 field emission scanning electron microscope



Nanoparticle preparation

Thinky NP-100 uses planetary revolution and rotation action to produce a centrifugal force on a 45° plane



Ultra fast framing camera

Capable of scanning up to 1 billion frames/second, and offering unmatched ease of use, high reliability and high performance



Waste coffee used as fuel storage

Process involves soaking the waste coffee grounds in sodium hydroxide and heating to 700-900°C in a furnace



High payload targeted drug delivery

New targeted nanoparticles are expected to dramatically improve the effectiveness of both diagnosis and treatment of diseases and reduce dangerous or unpleasant side effects



New Czech – Chinese GD Nanodec R&D center inaugurated in Beijing

In the framework of a Czech – Chinese cooperation project in the field of nanofiber applications, a GD Nanodec research and development center was inaugurated in Future Technology City on 6 December 2013.



NanoSciTech 2014

Panjab University is organizing an International Conference, "NanoSciTech 2014" on the theme, "Nanotechnology in the Service of Health, Environment & Society" on February 13-15, 2014 at its salubrious campus in the "City Beautiful" of Chandigarh.



York Nanocentre researchers image individual atoms in a living catalytic reaction

Groundbreaking new electron microscopy technology developed at the York JEOL Nanocentre at the University of York is allowing researchers to observe and analyse single atoms, small clusters and nanoparticles in dynamic in-situ experiments for the first time.



5D optical memory in quartz glass could record the last evidence of civilisation

Using nanostructured glass, scientists at the University of Southampton have, for the first time, experimentally demonstrated the recording and retrieval processes of five dimensional digital data by femtosecond laser writing.



New method of mass-producing high-quality DNA molecules

A new method of manufacturing short, single-stranded DNA molecules can solve many of the problems associated with current production methods.



New research offers breakthrough in nanotechnology

It is possible to effectively and quickly control single nano-structures made of as small as 105-106 atoms



Importance of nanotechnology in formulation and drug delivery

Conference will provide a forum for industry professionals to discuss and highlight and to encourage collaborative working



Nanotechnology: Harnessing carbon nanomaterials promise

Two nanoscale devices harness the potential of carbon nanomaterials to enhance technologies for drug or imaging agent delivery and energy storage systems.



Nanotechnology: Breaking barriers with nanoscale lasers

Demonstration of thinnest semiconductor laser holds promise of better computers and Internet access.



Nanotechnology: Weighing a single atom

By studying gold nanoparticles with highly uniform sizes and shapes, scientists now understand how they lose energy, a key step towards producing nanoscale detectors for weighing any single atom.



Nanotechnology: Video shows nanotube spins as it grows

New video showing the atom-by-atom growth of carbon nanotubes reveals they rotate as they grow, much like the halting motion of a mechanical clock's second hand.



Nanotechnology: All-in-one nanoparticle

Nanoparticles are being developed to perform a wide range of medical uses and rather than settling for just one of these, researchers have combined two nanoparticles in one tiny package.



Nanotechnology: New blue light nanocrystals

Berkeley Lab researchers have produced non-toxic nanocrystals that efficiently emit blue light and could also play a role in long-term storage of carbon dioxide.



Nanotechnology Trojan horse for ovarian cancer

In a feat of trickery, immunologists have devised a Trojan horse to help overcome ovarian cancer, unleashing a surprise killer in the surroundings of a hard-to-treat tumour.



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