Archive: 01/18/2007

Buckyballs used as 'passkey' into cancer cells

Scientists at Rice University and pediatric specialists at Baylor College of Medicine have discovered a new way to use Rice's famed buckyball nanoparticles as passkeys that allows drugs to enter cancer cells.

Jan 18, 2007
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ROV discovers Antarctic seafloor fauna

Remotely Operated Vehicles (ROV) remain an efficient technology to uncover the secrets of Antarctic seafloor fauna. As a precursor to the International Polar Year 2007/2008, the current Polarstern expedition ...

Jan 18, 2007
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ANSOM Microscope Achieves Sub 10nm Resolution

The idea behind near-field microscopy is to offer a technique by which extremely small structures (at the nanometer level) can be measured and manipulated. However, 20 nanometers has been the best resolution accomplished. ...

Jan 18, 2007 feature
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2 out of 3 heart attacks and strokes in Asia

Given that around half of the world's burden of cardiovascular disease is carried by low and middle income countries in the region, these findings, published by the Asia-Pacific Cohort Studies Collaboration (APCSC) in the ...

Jan 18, 2007
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