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Starpharma : Love the rubbers, less keen on the drugs...

Over the years, a number of people have asked me what I think about StarPharma (ASX : SPL), and the answer has changed a lot over time. 3,264 more words


Drugging our waters

A recent visit to Denmark made me realise that the global challenge of pharmaceuticals and personal care products (PPCPs) in wastewater was even more onerous than I thought. 536 more words

Clean Water

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This video goes over the main topics about Nanotechnology in medicine.

-Nano is small (very very very small)

-You could fit 5,000 small particles of the nano-meter scale around a single human hair. 76 more words

Exoskeletons And Cyborging vs. Wheelchair Access: No Arguing Necessary

Apparently, there’s a bit of a tiff going on between at least one advocate for expanding and maintaining access in public spaces for those who use wheelchairs, and at least one advocate for  727 more words


Nanomedicine - a precautionary approach

Nanotechnology makes use of materials (natural and man-made) smaller than 100nanometers (nm). For scale, that includes materials and devices the size of individual atoms and molecules, and as small as the structural elements in cells. 808 more words