The foresight study on biomedical sensors has addressed different approaches with future use of biomedical sensors in the health care sector, like: How will biomedical sensors shape the healthcare systems of the future?
The emission of CO2 is a present threat for the global climate. Storage of the greenhouse gas in empty gas fields and aquifers could be a solution. To store CO2 underground it should be captured first. Nanostructured membranes have the potential of doing that. The NANOGLOWA nanotechnology project wants to turn this potential into reality.
Scientists in India are reporting an advance toward discovering a Holy Grail of the illumination industry - a white LED, a light-emitting diode that produces pure white light suitable for interior lighting of homes, offices and other buildings.
A new type of membrane has been internationally patented by researchers in Norway. The membrane is made from a plastic material that has been structured by means of nanotechnology. It catches CO2 while other waste gases pass freely.
The National Institutes of Health (NIH) has awarded more than $31 million over five years to a partnership of Atlanta academic, research and healthcare institutions focused on accelerating the translation of laboratory discoveries into healthcare innovations for patients.