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Nanoparticles Get Under the Skin (New Scientist)

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A friend of mine, knowing my interest in bionanotechnology, shared this with me:…Continue


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Bionanotechnology: functional copolymers = mechanomers, mechanomerics, mechanomeric engineering, mechanomeric medicine, mechanomeric selection (MeSe)
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Mechanomeric medicine and the photosynthetic economy
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Random Mechanomers and Artificial Photosynthesis

Posted on March 21, 2012 at 6:00pm 1 Comment

Enzymes photosynthesizing fuels, organic chemical industrial feedstocks, and bulk macronutrients (fats, sugars and amino acids) from air, seawater and sunlight can easily be developed by mechanomeric selection (MeSe).

For the critical argument with regard to mechanomeric selection, see the blog-post here…


Enzymes and Molecular Machines Can Be Selected from Random Copolymers

Posted on March 18, 2012 at 7:30pm 0 Comments

Such functional copolymers as the proteins are called "mechanomers" here (distinguishing naturally-occurring mechanomers as "biopolymers" where convenient); the science of mechanomers is called "mechanomerics"; and applied mechanomerics is called "mechanomeric engineering", including "mechanomeric medicine".

Mechanomeric engineering requires some technique for developing mechanomers to perform desired functions, such as enzymes…


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At 7:46pm on April 16, 2012,
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sami ul haq

sir  ,

am student of nano technology , as nano technology is very interesting new field of science and technology ,

i want do some things special in nano technology ,that is why i start a projects with the help my of teacher ,

 i hope you will help me and guide in this projects  as am new students and your experience and sugission will hep me .

best regards ,

sami ul haq ,


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