What Is Nanotechnology And How Is It Impacting Neuroscience?

Small power is in big ideas. GT Nanotechnology is one of those buzzwords that can seem hard to define. So what exactly is it? For example, how is it different from traditional chemistry and physics? And in particular, what does it offer in the study of the brain and neuroscience? The answer, in fact, is … Read more

Nanotechnology Market to Garner $33.63 Billion, Globally, By 2030 at 36.4% CAGR: Allied Market Research

Portland, ore.And August 25, 2021 /PRNewswire/ – Allied Market Research recently published a report titled, Nanotechnology Market by Type (Nano Sensor and Nano Device) and Application (Electronics, Energy, Chemical Manufacturing, Aerospace, Defense, Healthcare, etc.): Global Opportunity Analysis and Industry Forecast, 2021-2030. According to the global report Nano technology Industry was born $1.76 Billion In 2020, … Read more

Column – Nanotechnology in Medtech on Track to Achieve Significant Medical Breakthroughs: European Support Gives Global Edge

Nanoscale-designed materials and devices are opening up important new areas of medicine and enabling advances in diagnosis, treatment, and prevention, which are too small to be seen by the human eye. Nanoparticles that enhance nano-scale design and manufacturing capabilities are being developed to enable multiple functions including detection and killing of malignant tumor cells, local … Read more

Nanofabrication: Techniques and Industrial Applications

As a bridge between basic research and the industrial application of nanotechnology, nanofabrication methods are essential in creating new nanoscale structures, devices and materials with unique properties. This article aims to provide an overview of current and emerging technologies for scalable, reliable and cost-effective fabrication at the nanoscale. Image Credit: Macrovector / Shutterstock.com Nanotechnology enables … Read more

Dressing down the virus

It was the hate at first sight of Deepthi Nathala that made her come up with a permanent solution to stay safe from dust, pollution and now coronavirus. When this electrical engineer from IIT-Madras landed in Hyderabad in December 2018 after working for ten years with reputable companies like Betalectic IT Projects in the US … Read more

LEAP of faith: IFFCO moves lock, stock and barrel to Oracle Cloud

The world’s largest manufacturer and marketer of fertilizers in the collaborative sector takes a technology-first approach to achieve its business objectives The cloud has become a springboard for faster, sustainable and cost-effective innovation in the new year. Industry analysts echo that sentiment, given how Covid-19 has forced companies to accelerate cloud adoption. “The pandemic has … Read more

Turkish nanotech lab seeks win-win cooperation with China in boron commercialization-Xinhua

An employee works at the Center for Nanotechnology Research and Application of Sabanci University in Istanbul, Turkey, on December 20, 2021. Turkey’s leading nanotechnology laboratory seeks to join forces with its Chinese counterparts in a win-win framework in the commercialization of boron metal, especially in the field of energy storage applications. (Xinhua/Shadati) by Zainab Sirmen … Read more

From ‘Magical’ Superfluid to Synthetic Biology, Students Excel in Nanotechnology

Being small is fine. Being very young is better. This is the philosophy of Mark Kester, Professor of Biomedical Engineering, Pharmacology, Molecular Physiology, and Biophysics at the University of Virginia. Kester’s research focuses on particles smaller than 100 nanometers in size, known as nanoparticles, which can be engineered to take on new properties that cannot … Read more

‘Nanotechnology is the medicine of the future’

Metals can also be used to create advanced nanotechnology. For example, perovskite encapsulated in nanoparticles, in addition to absorbing energy to convert it into electricity, generates different colors. Sph Nanotechnology represents the future of personalized medicine, particularly in treating diseases such as cancer, says a leading Swiss researcher in the field. What can technology do, … Read more