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Cells Can Ferry Drugs In Disk-Shaped Packs
ACS - NanoFocus, March 27, 2015
Drug Delivery: Simple fabrication method yields drug-loaded microsized disks that stick to human cells
Solid Catalyst Quickly Neutralizes Chemical Weapons
ACS - NanoFocus, March 26, 2015
ACS Meeting News: Zr-based MOF hydrolyzes phosphate ester linkages in highly toxic nerve agent
NMR Microsandwiches For Cell Sensing?
ACS - NanoFocus, March 22, 2015
Molecular Biology: A hydrogel filling between metallic disks serves as a sensitive probe for cellular conditions
Nanoparticle Takes Photodynamic Therapy To Deep Tumors
ACS - NanoFocus, March 20, 2015
Biomedicine: A new nanoparticle makes it possible to target cancer cells deep in the body with low doses of X-rays
Graphene Defects Help Transfer Protons
ACS - NanoFocus, March 17, 2015
Materials: Atomic-scale imperfections act like a bucket line, passing protons through the material
Turmeric Compound Spices Up An Antimicrobial Surface
ACS - NanoFocus, March 12, 2015
Antibacterials: Nanosized vesicles filled with curcumin and attached to a glass surface destroy bacteria
Machine Automates Assembly Of Small Molecules
ACS - NanoFocus, March 12, 2015
Synthetic Chemistry: Tool could speed up search for new medicines, research probes, and electronic device components
2-D Polymers Step Up In Size
ACS - NanoFocus, March 09, 2015
Self-Cleaning Paint
ACS - NanoFocus, March 09, 2015
Motion-Powered Fabric Could Charge Small Electronics
ACS - NanoFocus, March 06, 2015
Nanotechnology: A textile-based generator uses friction to convert mechanical energy from body movements into electricity
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