Nanotechnology In Consumer Products

The Growing Developments Of Nanotechnology In Consumer Products

Nanotechnology is no longer a science bound to the world of science fiction. Radical breakthroughs in particle construction and function mean that they are real and ready for use.

Often, the focus lies in the initiatives in the world of healthcare, electronics, energy generation and even the military. There is always that consumer market that cannot be readily ignored.… Read More

Best Applications Of Nanotechnology

6 Of The Best Applications Of Nanotechnology In Biology and Medicine

Nanotechnology is a word that is more frequently in use in medicine and surgery, as developers find new ways to use these particles to their benefit.

The problem is that some people aren’t too sure what to expect from this new technology, or what it does.

The following is a list of 6 of the most interesting developments in nanotechnology. They are all areas of interest in medical care and disease prevention, all of which have significant implications for the field.

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Nanorobots-DNA technology

Nanorobots – A New Advancement In DNA Technology

Deoxyribonucleic acid, more commonly known as DNA is a molecule that carries genetic information in human beings as well as other living things.

This information is used to influence the growth, development, functioning and even reproduction of living things. This makes DNA one of the most interesting molecules in nature.… Read More

DNA And Nanotechnology

New DNA Nanotechnology particle Testing Technique Developed

Diseases such as cancer, Parkinson’s disease and HIV/Aids and even inherited disorders such as cystic fibrosis and hemochromatosis all have one thing in common; they have no known cures. However, with gene therapy, this may soon change. DNA Nanotechnology is used in gene therapy in a process whose purpose is to treat or prevent a disease using genes.

More specifically, the process delivers therapeutic nucleic acid polymers into the cells of a patient. Indeed, gene therapy has evolved immensely over the years. In 2016 for example, scientists made significant progress using gene therapy for increasing the resistance of uninfected cells to HIV/Aids and even “snipping out” infected cells.

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