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Tuesday 21 April, 2015

Delhi IIT based startup launches haemoglobin measurement device

Medtech startup Wrig Nanosystems Tuesday launched a first of its kind ultra-convenient haemoglobin measurement device, TrueHb Hemometer  More...

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By BioNews On Monday, January 14th, 2013
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First look at world-leading graphene Institute

This is the first glimpse of the new £61m research institute into wonder material graphene, which is to be built at The University of Manchester. The stunning, glass-fronted National Graphene Institute (NGI) will More...

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By BioNews On Tuesday, October 9th, 2012
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Nanocapsules the next big thing to prevent alcohol-related gastric ulcers

The duo of nanocapsules and antioxidants has the potential to effectively  More...

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By IANS On Sunday, September 23rd, 2012
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Cuba develops its first industrial-scale nanopharmaceutical

Cuban scientists have developed a new variation of a drug used to prevent the rejection of organ transplants  More...

By BioNews On Friday, August 24th, 2012
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Nanoparticles quickly stabilize blood flow in brain after injury

A nanoparticle developed at Rice University and tested in collaboration with Baylor College of Medicine (BCM) might aid emergency care of traumatic brain-injury victims  More...

By BioNews On Tuesday, August 7th, 2012
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`Flexible batteries` promise bright future for `bendable electronics`

Researchers have developed a high performance flexible all-solid-state battery, an essential energy source for flexible displays  More...

By BioNews On Tuesday, July 17th, 2012
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Gold nanoparticles could help treat prostate cancer with fewer side effects

Indian origin researchers are part of the team that has found a more efficient way of targeting prostate tumors by using gold nanoparticles and a compound found in tea leaves  More...

By BioNews On Monday, July 2nd, 2012
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Scientists going back to vacuums to achieve more efficient electronics

With the advent of semiconductor transistors—invented in 1947 as a replacement for bulky and inefficient vacuum tubes—there has been consistent demand for faster  More...

By BioNews On Sunday, July 1st, 2012
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Cotton t-shirts could soon charge electronic gadgets

Mechanical engineers are working on how to turn the material in a cotton T-shirt into a source of electrical power  More...

By BioNews On Thursday, June 28th, 2012
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Soon, minute factories to produce drug inside human body

Scientists have made a breakthrough toward treating disease with the development of minute capsules that contain not drugs  More...