North American researchers have prepared luminescent core-shell nanoparticles from non-toxic silicon for use in biomedical imaging.
Researchers in Australia have developed a microscopic on-off light to help investigate how drug delivery systems interact with cells.
Researchers from CAS and other collaborative research institutions have proposed a precision structural model for fullerenols.
Researchers have reported a new method for detecting cancer cells, using SERS and fluorescence dual-encoded magnetic nanoprobes.
Xuesi Chen and co-workers from the Changchun Institute of Applied Chemistry explore the potential of combining chemotherapy with antiangiogenic therapy.
A team from the University of Ottawa, Canada come up with a smart idea to automatically fabricate 2-nm solid-state nanopores with high yield.
Researchers have reported an attempt to mimic nature’s concepts in forming synthetic hydrogel fibers via a bottom-up self-assembly process.
A research team has improved the DNA/RNA transfection ability of carbon nanotubes by optimizing the plasma processes used in their functionalization.
A research team have reported a novel and versatile strategy to assemble inorganic NPs into sub-50 nm vesicles.