Nanoparticles

09.15.17
A nanoparticle-coated skin patch could treat obesity and diabetes
09.15.17

A nanoparticle-coated skin patch could treat obesity and diabetes

It reduced fat stores in obese mice and increased their metabolic activity.

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08.06.17
Nanoparticles fool your body into allowing organ transplants
08.06.17

Nanoparticles fool your body into allowing organ transplants

Your body can't reject what it doesn't detect.

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08.02.17
Sony and IBM created 330TB data tapes for a massive analog archive
08.02.17

Sony and IBM created 330TB data tapes for a massive analog archive

That's 201 gigabytes of data per square inch.

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02.06.17
Scientists map every atom inside a nanoparticle
02.06.17

Scientists map every atom inside a nanoparticle

The trick could help spot the tiniest defects in materials.

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12.29.16
Simple breath test can detect cancer and 16 other diseases
12.29.16

Simple breath test can detect cancer and 16 other diseases

Using gold nanoparticles and AI, a device correctly diagnosed 86 percent of patients.

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07.08.16
ICYMI: Skyjumping science experiments and more
07.08.16

ICYMI: Skyjumping science experiments and more

Scientists wanted to see what nanoparticles would do in low-gravity, so they jumped from a plane.

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05.03.16
Scientists use nanoparticles to crush lingering fat cells
05.03.16

Scientists use nanoparticles to crush lingering fat cells

The treatment uses powerful drugs to beat obesity, while limiting side effects.

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01.18.16
Scientists write with nanoparticles using a laser and a bubble
01.18.16

Scientists write with nanoparticles using a laser and a bubble

Researchers at the University of Texas call the new technique 'bubble-pen lithography.'

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01.18.16
Light-triggered nanoparticles kill drug-resistant bacteria
01.18.16

Light-triggered nanoparticles kill drug-resistant bacteria

The threat of 'superbugs' may be cured by something very, very small.

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