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UCLA study links air pollution to clogged arteries
...said principal investigator Dr. Andr Nel, chief of nanomedicine
at the David Geffen School of Medicine at UCLA and a researcher at UCLAs California NanoSystems Institute. But we found that adding diesel particles to cholesterol fats equals three. Their combination creates a dangerous synergy that wreaks cardiovas...
Nanotechnology, medicine and bioethics
...n, have been invited to discuss nanotechnology and nanomedicine
before a meeting of the Presidents Council on Bioethics. At a special session on nanotechnology to be held on Friday, June 29th, beginning at 8:30 a.m., they will present the exciting possibilities that these technologies present, as well as potenial...
American Chemical Society's Weekly PressPac -- May 30, 2007
...toward one of the futuristic goals nanobiology and nanomedicine
developing technology for "wiring" together individual cells and connecting cells via nanowires to external sensors and other devices. In a study scheduled for the June 20 issue of Journal of the American Chemical Society , a weekly publication...
Trips to the NanoFrontier
...ntiers newsletter explores several developments in nanomedicine
and examines where they might lead over the long term. Efforts focused on detecting, diagnosing, treating, and ultimately preventing cancer are used to illustrate nanotechnology-enabled progress in biomedicine. The podcasts and newsletter build o...
Will nanotechnology revolutionize medicine?
...day, April 23, 2007 Dr. Samuel I. Stupp, a leading nanomedicine
scientist from Northwestern University will present the findings from his latest research in applying nanotechnology to jump start cell regeneration. Dr. Stupp also will share his predictions on the long-term potential of using nanotechnology to trea...
Ingredient in Big Macs and sodas can stabilize
...uding cancer detection and therapy. The promise of nanomedicine
comes from the high surface area and size relationships of nanoparticles to cells, making it possible to target individual cells for diagnostic imaging or therapy. Gold nanoparticles could function as in vivo sensors, photoactive agents for optical i...
ACS News Service Weekly PressPac -- January 24, 2007
...d development of an "eggshell-and-yolk" anticancer nanomedicine
New method for detecting fake drugs without open...d development of an "eggshell-and-yolk" anticancer nanomedicine
Journal of the American Chemical Society Scientists in Hong Kong are reporting synthesis and earl...
Using Nanotechnology to Improve Health Care in Developing Countries
...rm medicine and health care in the future? How can nanomedicine
help the truly needy in developing countries? And what are the challenges of ensuring that nanotechnology meets the specific health needs of Third World peoples? These questions are the focus of an event and live webcast on Tuesday, February 27th at...
Homing nanoparticles pack multiple assault on tumors
...ring the week of January 8, 2007. The promise of nanomedicine
is based on the fact that a particle can perform more functions than a drug. Multifuncionality is demonstrated in the current study, in which researchers from Burnham, UC San Diego, and Massachusetts Institute of Technology designed a nanoparticle t...
NIH Nanomedicine Center draws on NYU School of Medicine expertise
... part of a new National Institutes of Health (NIH) nanomedicine
grant, David Roth, M.D., Ph.D., Chairman of the De...orward to using this microscope as part of the new nanomedicine
venture. It will help them observe and characterize the intricate steps of the DNA repair process as...
NIH selects Purdue to use phi29 DNA packaging motor for National Nanomedicine Development Center
...rdue research team will lead one of eight national nanomedicine
development centers. The National Institutes of ...aller than the diameter of a human hair. The NIH nanomedicine
initiative is a network of centers studying biological systems at the nanoscale in an effort to unde...
American Chemical Society national meeting: San Francisco, Sept. 10-14
...y to zoology, including: Exciting advances in nanomedicine
and other areas of nanotechnology A symposium on molecular cuisine in which scientists team with chefs Health threats from mycotoxins and allergens in food Nuclear forensic science and its role in detecting and tracking illicit nuclear mater...
ACS news service weekly press package - May 15, 2006
...rbon on the briquettes New drug nanocarriers for nanomedicine
Profiling muscle loss in aging Security gaps loo...email@example.com ARTICLE #4 New drug nanocarriers for nanomedicine
Molecular Pharmaceutics The great promise of nanomedicine
in opening a new era in diagnosis and trea...
$6.5M nanomedicine center includes Yale engineer
...o rapidly launch revolutionary ideas in the use of nanomedicine
and serve as the centerpiece of its Nanomedicine Roadmap Initiative. David A. LaVan, an assistant professor of mechanical engineering and member of Yale's Interdisciplinary Neuroscience Program, will participate in the National Center for Design of B...
Using nanoparticles, in vivo gene therapy activates brain stem cells
...stry and principal investigator of the institute's nanomedicine
program. "This transition, from in vitro to in vivo, represents a dramatic leap forward in developing experimental, non-viral techniques to study brain biology and new therapies to address some of the most debilitating human diseases." Viral v...
NIH awards Georgia Tech/Emory $11.5 M for nano cardiology research
...leased to add cardiology to our growing breadth of nanomedicine
research." "The synergistic research relationship between Emory and Georgia Tech in engineering and medicine demonstrates the power of discovery that becomes possible when two institutions join their unique yet complementary strengths in an entirely ...