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Wiley Interdisciplinary Reviews: Nanomedicine and …

Impact Factor: 4.239 Read, cite the journal, or submit your paper to keep contributing to the success of WIREs Nanomedicine and Nanobiotechnology NanoMedicine-2013 is a dedicated event for the nanotech community and aims to offer professionals in the field a multidisciplinary platform to learn more about the latest scientific updates and industrial standards. Nanomedicine-2013 will consist of six tracks covering current advances in many aspects of nano-medicine R & D and business. The conference will consist of keynote forum, panel discussions, free communication, poster presentations and an exhibition Continue reading



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Nanobiotechnology – Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

Nanobiotechnology, bionanotechnology, and nanobiology are terms that refer to the intersection of nanotechnology and biology.[1] Given that the subject is one that has only emerged very recently, bionanotechnology and nanobiotechnology serve as blanket terms for various related technologies. This discipline helps to indicate the merger of biological research with various fields of nanotechnology. Concepts that are enhanced through nanobiology include: nanodevices (such as biological machines), nanoparticles, and nanoscale phenomena that occurs within the discipline of nanotechnology Continue reading



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Nanomedicinelab

Chemistry – A European Journal, 2015, in press ACS Nano, 2015, in press Carbon, 2015, in press Biochemical Biophysical Research Communications, 2015, in press ACS Nano, 2015, in press Bioconjugate Chemistry, 2015, in press Chemical Science, 2015, in press ACS Nano, 2015, 9 (5):46864697 Advanced Materials, 2015, 27:29812988 Nanoscale, 2015, 7:6432-6435 Continue reading



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Center for Drug Delivery and Nanomedicine (CDDN)

The need for the discovery and development of innovative technologies to improve the delivery of therapeutic and diagnostic agents in the body is widely recognized. The next generation therapies must be able to deliver drugs, therapeutic proteins and recombinant DNA to focal areas of disease or to tumors to maximize clinical benefit while limiting untoward side effects. The use of nanoscale technologies to design novel drug delivery systems and devices is a rapidly developing area of biomedical research that promises breakthrough advances in therapeutics and diagnostics. Continue reading



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IGERT Nanomedicine at Northeastern University

STUDENT SPOTLIGHT IGERT HIGHLIGHT NU IGERT Nanomedicine Program on YouTube! Take a tour with three former IGERT trainees, Brian Plouffe, Tatyana Chernenko and Yogesh Patel, to hear about some of the outstanding research that is done in the IGERT Nanomedicine program at Northeastern. MISSION IGERT Nanomedicine Science and Technology is a new integrated doctoral education program in the emerging field of Nanomedicine, created with support from the National Cancer Institute and the National Science Foundation. The program aims to educate the next generation of scientists and technologists with the requisite skill sets to address scientific and engineering challenges, with the necessary business, ethical and global perspectives that will be needed in the rapidly emerging area of applying nanotechnology to human health. Continue reading



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Mangalore Universitys advanced science research centre to materialise soon

A year-old proposal of the government to set up an advanced science research centre under the auspices of Mangalore University is on the verge of becoming a reality. Chief Minister Siddaramaiah would lay the foundation stone for it at Belapu village, Udupi district on April 20, K Continue reading



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Jos Maria Abad (ES) – Video




Jos Maria Abad (ES) Jos Maria Abad talks about the important possibilities that nano materials can offer for nano medicine (drug delivery and nano sensors), and about the constant necessity to study toxicity… By: NanoDiode Continue reading

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Polymers in Nano-medicine (treating disease) – Video




Polymers in Nano-medicine (treating disease) This video is part of my independent learning project for macromolecules for my first year at the University of York studying a masters in Chemistry. It is aimed at A-level students with no… Continue reading

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Homeopathic medicine from snake venom can arrest spread of HIV, claim researchers

Homeopathic medicine made from venom of rattlesnake can arrest spread of HIV, researchers said at a World Homeopathy Summit in New Delhi on Saturday. Continue reading



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Homeopathy is not a placebo science

Scientists discuss research to address medication and vaccines for diseases like cancer, AIDS, swine flu and MDR-TB at world summit Contrary to popular belief, homeopathy is not a placebo science, said a group of eminent scientists at the World Homeopathy Summit being held in the city this weekend. Continue reading



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Is HIV cure hiding in snake venom?

Snake venom could provide answers for the treatment of AIDS, claimed Indian researchers at the World Homeopathy Summit in the city on Saturday. Snake venom could provide answers for the treatment of AIDS, claimed Indian researchers at the World Homeopathy Summit in the city on Saturday. Research by doctors at the Hyderabad-based JSPS Government Homeopathic Medical College, and Indian Institute of Chemical Technology (IICT), Hyderabad, on deriving a homeopathic medicine from snake venom, Crotalus Horridus, has shown that it can arrest the multiplication of the human immunodeficiency virus (HIV). Continue reading



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Homeopathy drugs for AIDS from snake venom, HIV Virus

New Delhi, April 9 (IANS) Scientific research into possible medicines for the dreaded AIDS disease from the human immunodeficiency virus (HIV) itself and even snake venom and drugs for MDR-TB from the tuberculosis germs will be in sharp focus at the two-day World Homeopathic Summit to be held in Mumbai this weekend. A homeopathic experiment with snake venom on the HIV virus has given rise to … Continue reading



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A homeopathic experiment gives hope for treatment of AIDS

A homeopathic experiment with snake venom on human immunodeficiency virus (HIV) has given rise to excitement among scientists to work on a possible relief to AIDS and Ebola patients, according to Global Homeopathy Foundation (GHF) managing trustee Sreevalsa Menon. GHF, founded by a group of homeopathic activists, is a non-government non-profit making organisation. Research by doctors at the Hyderabad-based JSPS Government Homeopathic Medical College and Indian Institute of Chemical Technology (IICT), it is stated to have shown that homeopathic medicine from snake venom, Crotalus Horridus, can arrest the multiplication of HIV. Continue reading



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Penn Medicine Researchers "Smell" New Receptors that Could Underlie the Many Actions of the Anesthetic Drug Ketamine

Contact Information Available for logged-in reporters only Newswise PHILADELPHIA Penn Medicine researchers are continuing their work in trying to understand the mechanisms through which anesthetics work to elicit the response that puts millions of Americans to sleep for surgeries each day. Their most recent study looked at ketamine, an anesthetic discovered in the 1960s and more recently prescribed as an anti-depressant at low doses. Through collaboration with the University of Pennsylvanias department of Chemistry and scientists at the Duke University Medical Center, researchers at Penns Perelman School of Medicine have identified an entirely new class of receptors that ketamine binds in the body, which may underlie its diverse actions Continue reading



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World Homeopathy Summit opens in Mumbai on April 11

Mumbai, April 1 (IANS) The potential of homeopathic medicine to successfully treat dreaded diseases like AIDS, TB and hemophilia will be among the host of topics to be discussed at the two-day second 'World Homeopathy Summit' opening here on April 11, a top official said on Wednesday. Around 25 scientists and speakers plus nearly a thousand delegates from around the world will attend the two day … Continue reading



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A Novel Way to Apply Drugs to Dental Plaque

Contact Information Available for logged-in reporters only Newswise Therapeutic agents intended to reduce dental plaque and prevent tooth decay are often removed by saliva and the act of swallowing before they can take effect. But a team of researchers has developed a way to keep the drugs from being washed away. Dental plaque is made up of bacteria enmeshed in a sticky matrix of polymersa polymeric matrixthat is firmly attached to teeth. Continue reading



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New pathways into the cell: Fundamental insights into drug delivery processes

Chemists, biologists and pharmacologists deal with the question of how complex active substances can be introduced into cells such that they are rapidly and easily available. Continue reading



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