Jun 04, 2018 AM EDT While a lot of experts are afraid of what AI might bring, undeniably, AI can also help things better. Here's how a new MIT study sees the role of AI in improving the design of various things.
Jun 13, 2017 AM EDT Nano-engineered water molecules can be absorbed by the body and the cells more easily than regular molecules
May 24, 2017 AM EDT UC San Diego researchers have developed a sunscreen that produces melanin and protects the sun from ultraviolet radiation
May 03, 2017 AM EDT This new method shrinks cancer tumors and prevents recurrence.
Apr 26, 2017 AM EDT Cancer has a small but formidable foe - nanoparticle vaccine - which aims to strengthen the immune system against cancer
Apr 20, 2017 AM EDT Unraveling bandages to check on wounds may be a thing of the past with smart bandages, as it goes through clinical trials next year.
Apr 18, 2017 PM EDT A new drug delivery system using nasal sprays could lead to the treatment of brain-related diseases in the future
Mar 28, 2017 AM EDT Chips that assemble themselves can lead the way to shrinking chip manufacture even further down to 7nm.
Mar 09, 2017 AM EST Nanorobots can be used to deliver drugs in targeted parts of the body faster and better
Feb 28, 2017 AM EST Technological advancements will help us do the impossible including superhero visions and mental illness detection through speech detection
Feb 20, 2017 AM EST MIT scientists were able to freeze water at the boiling point using carbon nanotubes
Jan 24, 2017 AM EST Scientists from Rice University has successfully implanted carbon nanotubes to mice's brain. This could lead to a better and more efficient treatment of brain diseases.
Jan 03, 2017 AM EST A team of scientists from Russia and Israel is conducting experiments on metallizing DNA molecules
Dec 26, 2016 AM EST Nanobots can be used to kill cancer cells and prevent aging by targeting specific cells while preserving others
Dec 12, 2016 PM EST Positive minimal design has an essential role in nanotechnology, especially in creating more complex self-arranged tilings