Nanomedicine News

Harnessing the sun to bring fresh water to remote or disaster-struck communities

Researchers at the University of Bath have developed a revolutionary desalination process that has the potential to be operated in mobile, solar-powered units.

Thu 13 Feb 20 from Newswise

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X-ray microscopy at BESSY II: Nanoparticles can change cells

Nanoparticles easily enter into cells. New insights about how they are distributed and what they do there are shown for the first time by high-resolution 3D microscopy images from BESSY II. ...

Wed 12 Feb 20 from

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Valentine's Day flowers with same day delivery are available - if you hurry

Valentine's Day flowers are still available for order, and you can grab fast same day delivery right now.

Fri 14 Feb 20 from Techradar

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How to make a sweat sensor for drugs

Guidelines include how to deal with pesky interfering signals when making voltammetric sensors

Tue 11 Feb 20 from CandEN

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Superior 'bio-ink' for 3-D printing pioneered

Rutgers biomedical engineers have developed a "bio-ink" for 3-D printed materials that could serve as scaffolds for growing human tissues to repair or replace damaged ones in the body.

Mon 10 Feb 20 from

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Observing proteins in their natural environment

Proteins can be responsible for the fact that the active ingredients of drugs are simply released from the target cells. You can watch them do this now.

Mon 10 Feb 20 from

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Watch | What is the problem with RO water purifiers?

A video looking into the Environment Ministry's move towards regulating RO-based water filtration systems

Mon 10 Feb 20 from The Hindu

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New platform for composing genetic programs in mammalian cells

A new synthetic biology toolkit developed at Northwestern University will help researchers design mammalian cells with new functionalities.

Fri 7 Feb 20 from

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Grooves hold promise for sophisticated healing

Who ever said bioengineers can't get their groove on? The Rice University team led by Antonios Mikos says otherwise with its development of a groovy method to seed sophisticated, 3-D-printed ...

Tue 4 Feb 20 from

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