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Will nanotechnology revolutionize the health industry?

In his most recent round of predictions for the near future, Google’s ‘genius’ futurist Ray Kurzweil, has claimed that soon “we will have “nanobots” in our blood stream” that will keep us healthy at the cellular and molecular level. 88 more words


New Stroke Technology: Stent and Pressure Activated Nanoparticles to Bust Clots

Some ischemic strokes are now successfully treated using intravascular clot retrieval devices, but in many instances this option is not advised. Moreover, the retriever can dislodge bits of the clot that end up embolizing deeper into the brain. 169 more words


Weill Cornell CTSC Seed-Funding Initiative Helped Lay the Path for New $10 Million Cancer Nanotechnology Center

A recent post to the Cornell Chronicle announced an exciting new collaboration between Cornell University and the Memorial Sloan Kettering Cancer Center to create a $10 million Center of Cancer Nanotechnology Excellence. 304 more words


Nanotechnology: aptamers for specific & better delivery systems of existing drugs

Nanotechnology: aptamers for specific & better delivery systems of existing drugs

Larry H. Bernstein, MD, FCAP, Curator


Oligonucleotide Aptamers: New Tools for Targeted Cancer Therapy… 4,026 more words


Nanotechnology in Drug Delivery

Guest: Dr. Alexander “Sasha” Kabanov, Mescal Swaim Ferguson Distinguished Professor, Director, Center for Nanotechnology in Drug Delivery, UNC Eshelman School of Pharmacy; Co-Director, Carolina Institute for Nanomedicine, UNC-Chapel Hill… 74 more words


Nanomedicine Asia-Pacific Market Research Report to 2020

(EMAILWIRE.COM, September 04, 2015 ) Portland, OR — Nanomedicine is the applied branch of nanotechnology. Application of nanomedicines ranges from nonmaterial to nanoelectronic and in the near future, it could possibly expand to molecular nanotechnology. 11 more words

One Uni Year Later

I have found it very strange coming to the realisation that it has almost been one university year and it makes me think about to my experiences of undergraduate study with all the modules and hard work and how it now compares to doing full-time research. 313 more words