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Near-perfect antibacterial nanomaterials

Ruthless with bacteria, harmless to human cells. New, durable antibacterial coatings of nanocomposites will in future help to improve the hygiene of sportswear, and used in medicine, will reduce the rate of infections and shorten the times of in-patient hospital admissions.

Posted: Feb 19th, 2015

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Microfluidic diamond sensor

Greater magnetic sensitivity is also useful in many scientific areas, such as the identification of biomolecules such as DNA or viruses. This research must often take place in a warm, wet environment, where clean conditions or low temperatures are not possible. Scientists address this concern by developing a diamond sensor that operates in a fluid environment.

Posted: Feb 19th, 2015

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Gold nanotubes for theranostic applications

Researchers have exploited gold nanotubes with controlled length and tunable absorption in the near-infrared (NIR) region for applications as photothermal conversion agents and in vivo photoacoustic imaging contrast agents. They developed a length-controlled synthesis to fabricate gold nanotubes with well-defined shape, high crystallinity, and tunable NIR surface plasmon resonance.

Posted: Feb 18th, 2015

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