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Nanomedicine: cancer-killing bots in your bloodstream (BBC Focus)

A large article on tiny devices: my report on the potential medical uses of nanobots and nanoparticles is the cover feature of the latest issue of BBC Focus. 6 more words

BBC Focus

Pulling everything together

Finally reaching a point with my research where everything I have designed and experimenting in my PhD has worked separately and now it is time to pull it altogether and produce the results I need which is far easier said than done. 169 more words


Avoiding chemotherapy toxicities

Avoiding chemotherapy toxicities

Larry H. Bernstein, MD, FCAP, Curator


Nanoparticle ‘cluster bombs’ destroy cancer cells

New delivery method directly penetrates tumor cells, avoiding toxic side effects of cisplatin chemotherapy drug… 3,616 more words


Nanotechnology is changing everything from medicine to self-healing buildings

The past 70 years have seen the way we live and work transformed by two tiny inventions. The electronic transistor and the microchip are what make all modern electronics possible, and since their development in the 1940s they have been getting smaller. 108 more words


Results - Bristol Science Film Festival

The award ceremony  for the Bristol Science Film Festival was tonight, I was fortunate enough to be shortlisted for the local category which was a great honour. 170 more words


Bristol Science Film Festival

A few weeks ago I made an entry into the Bristol Science Film Festival (BSFF), “What is Nanomedicine?”.

What surprised me is the amount of work required to produce a video or a film. 412 more words