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Nano Drug sheds light on combination therapy for pancreatic cancer

Cancer Research UK scientists have discovered how a combination of two chemotherapy drugs – already showing promise in clinical trials – destroys pancreatic cancer cells, according...

Deadlines Approaching for CLINAM: European Summit for Clinical Nanomedicine

The European Foundation for Clinical Nanomedicine (CLINAM) and the European Technology Platform on Nanomedicine organise the European Summit for Clinical Nanomedicine 2012. It is the largest...

Global Nanomedicine Market to Reach $130.9 Billion by 2016

According to the report published by BCC Research, the market value of the worldwide nanomedicine industry was $63.8 billion and $72.8 billion in 2010 and 2011, respectively. The market is...

Miniaturisation in Healthcare Products - Presentations now available

On 2nd November 2011, the NanoKTN held an event in London on 'Miniaturisation in Healthcare Products.' The event was attended by 40 delegates from industry and academia and looked at the...

NanoKTN to Highlight Funding Opportunities for Micro and Nanotechnology in Healthcare

2nd November 2011, Eversheds, London   The NanoKTN is pleased to announce details of its Miniaturisation in Healthcare Products event, which will look at the current...

Nanotechnology in Healthcare

In recent years nanotechnology has delivered major advances in healthcare and our growing knowledge of events at the molecular level is helping shape the medical advances of the future. The...

NanoMedicine Mission to Switzerland Mission Report Launched

The NanoKTN, in collaboration with The Swiss Embassy in London, FCO Science & Innovation Network and the Healthtech & Medicines KTN, yesterday launched the mission report from the...

NanoMedicine Mission to Switzerland Dissemination Event - 6th July 2011

In partnership with One Nucleus and Swiss Embassy London 6th July 2011, Glaziers Hall, London   In May 2011, the Nano and HealthTech and Medicines KTNs, in partnership...

NanoMed Mission to Switzerland

The NanoKTN, in partnership with the FCO Science & Innovation Network and the Swiss Embassy London, took a mission of the UK's leading nanomedicine companies and academics to visit the...

Just over a week to go until the Stratified Medicines London Event

With just over a week to go to the opening of the London Stratified Medicines Information Day, 70 organisations have so far signed up to attend that day.   This meeting is designed to set...

Support from NanoKTN and HealthTech and Medicines KTN Secures GBP4million MRC Grant for STI Diagnostics Research at St George's, University of London

The NanoKTN and HealthTech and Medicines KTN, are pleased to announce that the support they have offered through events and networking has helped build a consortium of micro engineers and micro...

ERA-NET EuroNanoMed allocates 8million Euro to European transnational research projects in nanomedicine

EuroNanoMed, a European funding initiative under the ERA-Net scheme of the European Commission aimed at advancing transnational research in Nanomedicine, announced today the projects that will be...

Bio Nanotech Interview with Dr Moira Gunn, TechNation on NPR

Dr Moira Gunn, Radio Host of TechNation and BiotechNation recently interviewed four members of Bio Nano Consulting's Board during a visit to the West Coast. The show gives a good overview of the...

Medicine reaches the target with the help of magnetic nanoparticles

If a drug can be guided to the right place in the body, the treatment is more effective and there are fewer side-effects. Researchers at Lund University in Sweden have now developed magnetic...

Post-Event Review - Nanotechnology in Clinical Practice: Needs and Opportunities

The first event of the NanoMed focus group was held on 8th July 2010 at the Royal Free Hospital in London. The event examined areas where nanotechnology is already improving clinical practice and...

Sugar-coated nanotubes deliver high-dose radiotherapy

Starting with simple carbon nanotubes, a team of researchers from the United Kingdom and Spain has developed a sugar-coated nanocapsule that can deliver large doses of radioactivity to tumors....

Revolutionary medical dressing uses nano-technology to fight infection

Researchers are using nanotechnology to develop a medical dressing which will detect and treat infection in wounds. Scientists at the University of Bath and the burns team at the Southwest UK...

Macro2010 Polymer Technology: Polymers in Support of Life - July2010, Glasgow

The Macro2010 International conference in polymer technology, 11-16 July 2010, features symposia on "Polymers for the support of Life", including:   Polymers for tissue...

Bursting bubbles with sound offers new treatments for cancer

A new way to deliver cancer drugs using gas bubbles and sound waves is to be developed at the University.   The project will enable highly toxic drugs to be delivered in small doses...
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ERA-NET EuroNanoMed allocates 8million Euro to European transnational research projects in nanomedicine

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