Date: 06/06/2006 T field of of nanotechnology has made tremendous progress in recent years. Vast sums of money are being invested in nanotechnology developments here in Europeand researchers in the USA are also extremely active. While a great deal of work is being undertaken in universitiesprivate companies are also running substantial research programmes. With so […]

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December 2008 Magnetic Nanotags Allow Sensitive Detection of Cancer Biomarkers The detection of cancer-associated proteins, or biomarkers, in blood samples is a potentially powerful tool for early diagnosis of cancer and monitoring of cancer treatment. A team led by researchers at Stanford University and the University of California, Santa Cruz, has developed a compact prototype […]

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ScienceDaily (Aug. 13, 2008) — When you make a new material on a nanoscale how can you see what you have made? A team lead by a Biotechnology and Biological Sciences research Council (BBSRC) fellow has made a significant step toward overcoming this major challenge faced by nanotechnology scientists. With new research published August 13 […]

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BETHESDA, Md. — Lockheed Martin Corp. said Wedneday it has acquired the government business unit of a company that develops nanotechnology-enabled devices such as memory, logic and sensors used in military and intelligence applications. » Continue reading “Lockheed Martin acquires nanotechnology business”

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ScienceDaily (Aug. 13, 2008) — When you make a new material on a nanoscale how can you see what you have made?  A team lead by a Biotechnology and Biological Sciences research Council (BBSRC) fellow has made a significant step toward overcoming this major challenge faced by nanotechnology scientists. With new research published August 13 […]

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By Michael J. Sailor1, Ji-Ho Park1, Sangeeta N. Bhatia2, Geoffrey von Maltzahn2, and Erkki Ruoslahti1   Collaborating Centers:   1 Center of Nanotechnology for Treatment, Understanding, and Monitoring of Cancer (NANO-TUMOR)   2 MIT-Harvard Center of Cancer Nanotechnology Excellence (CMIR-CCNE)   A key nanotechnology objective is to build molecular devices that surpass the function of […]

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