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Displaying items by tag: Nanotechnology

Saturday, 23 January 2010 21:50

Clear your clogged arteries with nanoburrs

U.S. lead researchers from MIT and Harvard University have developed nanoparticles called nanoburrs that attach to damaged arteries and release medicine to open clogged arteries and repair injured ones. The new nanoparticles could vastly improve the repair and treatment of such cardiovascular problems in humans.

Published in Biology
Scientists at  IBM's Zurich Research Laboratory, in collaboration with two European universities, have demonstrated the ability to measure the charge state of individual atoms using noncontact atomic force microscopy.

Published in A Meaningful Look
American scientists and engineers from Cornell University have created a graphite balloon that is the thinnest balloon ever made. It is only one atom in thickness so probably won’t be used at birthday parties and New Year’s celebrations.

Published in Energy

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