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What is Color and How Can It Help Kill Cancer Cells?

Spring is officially here and I don’t know about you, but I’m excited to welcome back COLOR: the bright rays of sunshine, the baby blue sky, the lively green grass, and of course, the plethora of vibrantly colored flowers.   963 more words

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The first nanorobot used for active treatment of cancer.

Look what researchers in nanomedicine have created!

Okay, maybe not quite to this degree… or anywhere near this.

But don’t let that dismiss the fact that there is currently an arms race emerging within the nanotechnology field revolving around creating the first, functional nanorobot. 1,167 more words

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Nanomedicine Market: An Overview of Growth Factors and Future Prospects

Nanomedicine is essentially based on the medical application of nanotechnology in diagnosing, treating and/or prevention of diseases and infections. Nanotechnology-based drugs and treatments are applied for treating cardiovascular, neurological, and oncology diseases. 582 more words

Global Nanomedicine Market Projected to be Worth USD 177.60 billion by 2019 : Transparency Market Research

Transparency Market Research has announced the publication of its latest report “Nanomedicine Market (Neurology, Cardiovascular, Anti-inflammatory, Anti-infective, and Oncology Applications) – Global Industry Analysis, Size, Share, Growth, Trends and Forecast, 2013 – 2019”. 748 more words

Medical Devices

Using diamonds to treat eye disease? Innovation in the biomedical field.

The versatility of nanoparticles strikes again; researchers at the UCLA School of Dentistry have harnessed the ability of using nanodiamond-embedded contact lenses to trigger drug release as a method for treating ocular disease. 1,406 more words

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Small Science, Big Diseases

There is grandeur in the small science emerging from a select group of the world’s laboratories. This small science is about to change how we tackle our most troublesome diseases. 844 more words

Health & Science

Small Science, Big Diseases

There is grandeur in the small science emerging from a select group of the world’s laboratories. This small science is about to change how we tackle our most troublesome diseases. 844 more words