Latest nanoparticle News

Researchers awarded $3.85million in Marsden Funding for ground-breaking projects
Multi-million dollar funding boost for UQ researchers
Polymer derived from material in shrimp’s shells could deliver anti-cancer drugs to tumor sites
A trillion turns of light nets terahertz polarized bytes
Engineers print wearable sensors directly on skin without heat
Engineers print wearable sensors directly on skin without heat
UNSW finalists announced in 2020 Eureka Prizes
HKUST Researchers Developed World’s First Sound-transmitting Glass Material
NTU Singapore scientists devise ‘Trojan horse’ approach to kill cancer cells without using drugs
Shape matters for light-activated nanocatalysts
Squaring Circle-Breaking Symmetry of a Sphere to Control Polarization of Light
Significant leap forward in method for cancer treatment
ARPANSA’s radon laboratory contributes to fight against COVID-19
Nanoparticles show promise in defeating antibiotic-resistant bacteria, University researchers find
Researchers create nanoclusters that mimic biomolecules
Heat Smarter, Not Harder- How Microwaves Make Catalytic Reactions More Efficient
Partnership to progress treatments for Sjogren’s syndrome
Nano-radiomics has effect on tumor microenvironment
Custom nanoparticle regresses tumors when exposed to light
New ‘hybrid engine’ for biodegradable nanomotors that transport drugs to diseased tissue
‘Nanotorch’ highlights ultrafast biochemical reactions
New tool helps nanorods stand out
Gene silencing technology to target COVID-19
Manufacturing toolbox for porous silica is good news for production of medicine
Novel tin “bubbles” spur advances in development of integrated chips
Researchers deliver breakthrough in creating world’s first ultrasound biosensor
Chill factor: New fabric innovation could revolutionise clothing industry
New mask material can remove virus-size nanoparticles
Seed grants jump-start 47 interdisciplinary teams to conduct COVID-19 research
Nanosensors for early detection of lung cancer
New science ambassadors aim to put science on national agenda
When bonding noble metals to 2D materials, interfaces matter
Two NYU Studies Compete in STAT Madness 2020
Australian gold to shine in new national campaign
Power of going small: Copper oxide subnanoparticle catalysts prove most superior
Nanoscience breakthrough: Probing particles smaller than a billionth of a meter
Team uses golden ‘lollipop’ to observe elusive interference effect at nanoscale
Weaning ourselves off opioids: Monash researchers use nanotechnology for pain relief
Nanoceramics from ball mill
New platform for malaria vaccine research
Multimillion grant from SSF
EnGeneIC Wins Innovation Award from Australian Financial Review
Researchers develop new sensor to help detect early-stage cancer
Nano ‘junk’ could save lives
A multitalented scientist returns to her first love – writing