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Asher Cron commented on Natalia Nanorf.ru's blog post A fiber-optic sensor has been produced in Novosibirsk
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Cancer and nanotechnology

Hi Olga and colleagues - Yes, cancer is a serious problem.  I assume for discussing it here you like to relate it to nanotechnology.  On this subject I just read a paper on "A Comparative Study of Two Folate-Conjugated Gold Nanoparticles for Cancer Nanotechnology Applications"  which appeared in CANCERS Journal which is an "OPEN ACCESS"journal.  The website for the articles is: Cancers 2010, 2(4), 1911-1928;…See More
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"I did not enjoied the article because there is a serious problem with these new technologies. After the targetting the Gold nanopartciles do not disappear. They do not degrade , corrode or other. They are considered foreign bodies by the body and…"
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"Hi Vishnu - The most environmental friendly and the best route to large-scale production of silver nanoparticles is reported in this patent: www.faqs.org/patents/app/20100055199 Ideal for capital veturists!"
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"Asphalt as is used for payvment of roads is not an "emulsion". It is a shapeless, stucturless, gummy mixture of a polydisperse molecule named "aspahtene" which is mixed with petroleum resins, heavy hydrocarbons and adsorned to it…"
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Nanotechnology to cure cancer

Friends,The open access journal named "Cancer" just published a special issue on "Nanotechnology to cure cancer". I enjoyed reading this article:http://www.mdpi.com/2072-6694/2/4/1911/on design of a special nanoconjugate for cancer nanotechnology applications. They are quite advanced in this field.Check it out!AsherSee More
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Where is the beef?

Frankly people use any title for their book, meanigful or not, to say they have answers to every thing under the sun. I just saw your listing of the so called "PRINCIPLES OF NANOSCIENCE AND NANOTECHNOLOGY" by Shah and Ahmad and when I look at the list there was no principles presented, but a bunch of non-nano and none stuff listed like "Electron Microscopy / X-ray Crystallography /,Spectroscopy Techniques". May be some one should tell the authors "shame on you where is the beef?".See More
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Nanotechnology to cure cancer

Posted on December 1, 2010 at 8:45pm 1 Comment

Friends,

The open access journal named "Cancer" just published a special issue on "Nanotechnology to cure cancer". I enjoyed reading this article:

http://www.mdpi.com/2072-6694/2/4/1911/

on design of a special nanoconjugate for cancer nanotechnology applications. They are quite advanced in this field.

Check it out!

Asher

Where is the beef?

Posted on July 17, 2010 at 8:49pm 0 Comments

Frankly people use any title for their book, meanigful or not, to say they have answers to every thing under the sun. I just saw your listing of the so called "PRINCIPLES OF NANOSCIENCE AND NANOTECHNOLOGY" by Shah and Ahmad and when I look at the list there was no principles presented, but a bunch of non-nano and none stuff listed like "Electron Microscopy / X-ray Crystallography /,Spectroscopy Techniques". May be some one should tell the authors "shame on you where is the… Continue

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