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Biosensing is an innovative approach for real-time health monitoring and point-of-care diagnostics through direct human-machine interaction. To explore the potential of this field, an article published in Materials Letters demonstrated the application of nano-biodetection systems based on 2D graphene. To study: Emergence of an ultra-efficient and ultra-fast 2D graphene nano-biodetection system. Image Credit: Marco de …

In recent years, the photocatalytic conversion of solar energy has become the subject of several research projects because of its potential to help end human dependence on fossil fuels. Now an article published in Nanomaterials applied explored the use of MgB4 nanosheets therefor. To study: MgB4 MXene-type nanosheets for the photocatalytic evolution of hydrogen. Image …

Nanotechnology in the application of the energy market RW added multiple recent analysis reports “Global Nanotechnology in Energy Market”. As shown by the most recent market review report on the Global Nanotechnology in Energy Market, an in-depth investigation and comprehensive data on the market size, market offerings, and market elements. The global nanotechnology in energy …

Carbon nanotube market Global Carbon Nanotubes Market providing comprehensive data on the current market scenario and providing solid information regarding the potential market size, volume and dynamics. The carbon nanotubes market size is valued at $ 21.63 billion by 2028 and is expected to grow at a compound annual growth rate of 17.05% for the …

The market for the manufacture of pesticides and other agricultural chemicals comprises the sales of pesticides and other agricultural chemicals by several entities (organizations, independent traders or partnerships) that express and formulate agricultural and household pest control chemicals (excluding fertilizers), pesticides and other agricultural chemicals. According to the report’s analysis, the “Global Pesticides and Other …

The word “nano” refers to the length scale (a nanometer is one billionth of a meter) which is a thousand times smaller than the micro scale, the scale traditionally associated with the electronics industry. Viruses and DNA are examples of natural objects at the nanoscale; on the other hand, a human cell can appear enormous. …

There are many viral infections around the world, but no antidote has yet been found to be labeled as highly effective against the virus. The Technical University of Munich or the experts from TUM have recently developed a new method in this area using nanotechnology. DNA nanocapsules vs viral infection (Photo: Elena-Marie Willner / DietzLab …

“Humans tend to underestimate or overlook what they cannot perceive. But things that are invisible can have the greatest meaning and determine whether or not you produce successfully, ”explains Xabier Arbe. To take an unprecedented look at shell strength, the perfect packaging for quality egg product, H&N International turned to one of the world’s most …

Agricultural nanotechnology market What is the future of the global agricultural nanotechnology market? Compare yourself with the strategic milestones and conclusions recently published by WADA. According to a survey, the agricultural nanotechnology market will reach significant revenue in the future with a CAGR (compound annual growth rate) of XX%. The latest study published on the …

3D printing technology will be used to reconstruct human teeth, bones and tissue at the University of Queensland’s new Center for Orofacial Regeneration, Reconstruction and Rehabilitation (COR3). Professor Saso Ivanovski, school principal and center director at UQ School of Dentistry, said the team’s exceptional skills and experience have the potential to advance oral and facial …