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Nanotech coating could lead to better brain implants to treat diseases

...buffer called alginate hydrogel; and biodegradable nanofibers loaded with a controlled-release anti-inflammatory... tissue damage. The biodegradable, drug-loaded nanofibers fight the "encapsulation" that occurs when the imm...hese electrodes can stop functioning properly. The nanofibers fight this response well because they work with th...

Sigma-Aldrich Enters Distribution Agreement With AlphaGenix, Inc.

... biomaterials product focus involves the design and application of 3-dimensional biomaterials comprised of extracellular matrix components and peptide nanofibers that have cell culture and tissue engineering applications. In addition, the company conducts regenerative medicine research that involves basic scien...

Cornell receives federal grants to create fabrics to render toxic chemicals harmless

...S. government to create fabrics made of functional nanofibers that would decompose toxic industrial chemicals in...ery small electrical charges present in fibers and nanofibers can help in capturing nanoparticles, bacteria and ... and distribution of the electrical charges on the nanofibers will be fed into computerized fluid dynamics algor...

The pitter patter of little feet... climbing straight up a wall

...ny application that requires movement, such as climbing. "The gecko has a very sophisticated hierarchical structure of compliant toes, microfibers, nanofibers and nanoattachment plates that allows the foot to attach and release with very little effort," said co-author and Berkeley professor Ron Fearing, "The...

Nanomedicine Gives the Way for Nerve Cell Regeneration

...he University of California, Berkeley uses aligned nanofibers containing one or more growth factors to provide a...ey have also developed a way to make these aligned nanofibers bioactive by attaching various biochemicals direct...s. When the nerve tissue was cultured on unaligned nanofibers there was no nerve fiber growth onto the scaffolds...

Nanotechnology Could Treat Spinal Cord Injuries, Diabetes, and Parkinson's Disease

... by the Project on Emerging Nanotechnologies. "The nanofibers – thousands of times thinner than a human hair – a... molecules with the capacity to self-assemble into nanofibers once injected into the body with a syringe. When the nanofibers form they can be immobilized in an area of tissue ...

Unique Models Help Teach Nanoscience to the Blind

..., they aim to faithfully reproduce every last nanofiber of Bucky's being. "We want to get across that NanoBucky is made up of individual carbon nanofibers standing on end," says Greenberg. "If the students' fingers were small enough, this is what a surface would feel like at the nanoscale." The pa...
nanofibers in Biological News

New process makes nanofibers in complex shapes and unlimited lengths

CHAMPAIGN, Ill. The continuous fabrication of complex, three-dimensional nanoscale structures and the ability to grow individual nanowires of unlimited length are now possible with a process developed by researchers at the University of Illinois. Based on the rapid evaporation of solvent from s...

Biodegradable napkin -- featuring sensitive nanofibers -- may quickly detect biohazards

Detecting bacteria, viruses and other dangerous substances in hospitals, airplanes and other commonly contaminated places could soon be as easy as wiping a napkin or paper towel across a surface, says a researcher from Cornell University. "It's very inexpensive, it wouldn't require that someone b...

Yu receives research funding from the Wallace H. Coulter Foundation

... due to manufacturing techniques there is restriction in the fabrication of nanofibers into complex three-dimensional (3D) structures necessary for effective trea...ations. Yu has proposed a way to overcome this challenge by incorporating nanofibers onto biodegradable polymeric 3D scaffolds which have optimal porosity due ...
nanofibers in Biological Technology

Dr. Yong Shi awarded NSF grant

...2004. He obtained his M.S and Ph.D in 2001 and 2004 respectively from Massachusetts Institute of Technology. His research interests include functional nanofibers and nanocomposites, micro/nano actuators and sensors, RF, Bio, medical MEMS/NEMS systems design, modeling and fabrication . He won the ASNT fellowship...

Self-assembled materials form mini stem cell lab

...sual structure with a high degree of hierarchical order, said Stupp. The membrane grows through a dynamic self-assembly process which generates hybrid nanofibers made up of both molecules and oriented perpendicular to the plane of the membrane. This architecture is very difficult to get spontaneously in materia...

Researchers engineer new polymers to change their stiffness and strength when exposed to liquids

...ived from a distinct nanocomposite structure in which highly rigid collagen nanofibers are embedded in a soft connective tissue. The stiffness is mediated by spec...control the interactions among the collagen nanofibers. When connected, the nanofibers form a reinforcing network which increases the overall stiffness of the mat...

The pitter patter of little feet ... climbing straight up a wall

...ny application that requires movement, such as climbing. "The gecko has a very sophisticated hierarchical structure of compliant toes, microfibers, nanofibers and nanoattachment plates that allows the foot to attach and release with very little effort," said co-author and Berkeley professor Ron Fearing, "The...

Nanotechnology minimizes UW's beloved mascot

...microscope picks out certain areas of a silicon wafer coated in polymers, and deposits nickel on finely patterned regions. According to Hamers, the nanofibers have tremendous potential in the market due to the stability and high surface area of the carbon. Possible applications for the technology include cre...
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