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Nanotechnology Against Peanut Allergy

The researcher of the University of Navarra Juliana De Souza has developed a system of nanoparticles with peanut extracts, following oral administration, succeeded in reducing the symptoms of food hypersensitivity in experimental mice.The research results are reflected in his doctoral thesis, ‘Immunotherapy for the treatment of food allergy to peanuts: Design of new dosage forms […]

Nanotechnology is Revolutionizing our Lives

Nanotechnology Gets a Critical Breakthrough in Multiple Sclerosis. Nanotechnology imitates dogs to detect explosives.Self-cleaning materials that regenerate themselves, tissues that control and regulate body temperature, anti-graffiti intelligent and a large number of inventions that seem improbable are flooding the market.¬†This is not science fiction or products imported developments.¬†Our companies are using in their manufacturing process […]

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Nanotechnology Gets a Critical Breakthrough in Multiple Sclerosis

The researchers tested whether the same technique now serves equally for Type 1 diabetes and asthma. This is a breakthrough in nanotechnology and multiple sclerosis.These two important fields has combined technology and medicine. According to new research from Northwestern Medicine U.S.. It has succeeded in transforming a biodegradable nanoparticle perfect vehicle to trick the immune […]

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3D Printers Produce Medicines

Continue to grow the¬†unabated usability of 3D printers: After the assumptions¬†related¬†to a moon landing to print parts for repairs in space using lunar rocks, in fact, there came a new idea to develop on Earth, this time in the medical field.¬†A project funded by the National Science Foundation has shown the ability to¬†use 3D printers […]

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World`s First Material to Heal itself Rapidly at Room Temperature

Researchers from the University of Stanford created the first material in the world that can repeatedly heal itself when damaged (at room temperature) while perceived minimal pressure when touched.So it seems ideal for use in future self-sustaining devices.

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The Server that is in a Chip Cube

“Green clouds and Black Swans” – that was the title of the keynote address by HP researchers Partha Ranganathan on the¬†Server Design Summit in Santa Clara. While the quest for low power for cloud computing is self-explanatory yet, Ranganathan played with the second part of the title to the problem of induction. This involves logic […]

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The Future of Nanotechnology

Nanotechnology is one of the newest and most exciting forms of science that is still in the early development stages. From the name it is clear that nanotechnology focuses on incredibly small things including atoms and molecular objects. The idea is that once we understand the smallest parts of life we will be able to […]

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Flexible Electrode Can Pick up Signals from a Single Neuron

Nanoeletrodo dioxide could pave the way¬† for x brain computer interfaces¬† (Photo: Playback) Researchers at the University of Michigan, USA developed a type of flexible electrode made of carbon and a thin layer of dielectric material.¬†Small, foldable electrode meets the specifications for operation in the body: it is flexible and allowing bend under pressure and […]

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Brazilian Team Created Artificial Muscle

An international team, with the effective participation of Brazilian researchers has developed a new type of material that has characteristics similar to those of human muscle – the product received, including the name “artificial muscle”.

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How Could Become Extinct because of Nanotechnology?

One of the novels I remember reading where best developed the implications of nano tech advances (even wars occurred far from our sight, in large dark clouds where rivals battled dumb nano technological devices) was The Diamond Age (1995), by Neal Stephenson .

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Scientists Develop Self-Healing Chips

Scientists from the University of Illinois are working on technology that will produce self-healing integrated chips.¬†The technology is the use of “smart” liquid metals, which allow you to restore almost immediately – a similar method was demonstrated almost 20 years ago as an example a robot T-1000 from the blockbuster “Terminator 2”. When a conventional […]

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An Entire Medical Research Lab Fit on a Chip

Nanotechnology brings another breakthrough innovation in health.¬†This time, researchers were able to fit the capabilities of an entire research laboratory in a chip. In other words, examinations that previously needed human groups and specialized equipment to complete can now be done within minutes through a device that fits comfortably in a man’s hand. Shining example […]

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