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Delivering DNA into a cell isn't easy. To overcome this challenge the laboratory of Dr. Jordan Green at Johns Hopkins University has come up with a solution; pack the genetic material into a nanoparticle. This animation was made during the class; Animation for Nanotechnology and Medicine at Johns Hopkins University's Institute for NanoBioTechnology.
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A movie showing a part of the strand displacement process, with the invading strand (green) displacing the blue strand. This process is frequently used in dynamic DNA and RNA nanotechnology This movie was made with OxDNA http://dna.physics.ox.ac.uk See also On the biophysics and kinetics of toehold-mediated DNA strand displacement Niranjan Srinivas, Thomas E. Ouldridge, Petr Sulc, Joseph M. Schaeffer, Bernard Yurke, Ard A. Louis, Jonathan P. K. Doye, and Erik Winfree , Nucl. Acids Res. 41 10641 (2013) http://nar.oxfordjournals.org/content/41/22/10641.full
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Nanotechnology is going to revolutionize the way we make things and transform the way we live. It is able to transform multiple industries including aerospace, agriculture, automotive, chemical, energy and environment, food, information and communication, medicine and health care, security and transportation. Nanotechnology offers so many possibilities such as providing cheap and clean energy; clean water; lighter and stronger materials; faster, more powerful and energy efficient computers; an exponential increase in information storage capacity; lotus-like self cleaning surfaces; the reduction or elimination of pollution; and early detection and treatment for cancer and other diseases. Dr Lerwen Liu will provide an overview on Nanotechnology impact in Energy & Environment, Health Care and...
Teresa Reed joined me today for an informative and disturbing interview about mind control, social engineering, and experimentation. Teresa is an active investigator in Targeted Individual cases and a researcher into the technology. Voice to Skull, Synthetic Telepathy, 5G Brain Hacking, Nanotechnology, Sleep Studies, Vaccines, and Big Pharma were all talked about in this show! They all play a part in an overall agenda to dumb down, control and enslave a fabricated subservient society. Will this technology move from slow kill, mental and neurological torture to kill switch tech in the near future? Are the elite using SMART technologies to alter human behavior, belief systems, and manipulate humanity? What should you do if you are experiencing targeting or gang stalking? Is the technology be...
A new nanochip device can heal diseased conditions and even brain injuries with a single touch, according to new research published in Nature Nanotechnology.
Rapid modernization and industrialization has benefited the world greatly in the past two and a half centuries, but has also resulted in a plethora of environmental issues due to the previous lack of clean technology awareness and capabilities. Since the dawn of the new millennia, the energy and resource crisis has reached alarming and urgent levels. In 2013 the World Health Organization declared air particulates as “The most widespread environmental carcinogen” attributing 7 million deaths worldwide annually as a direct result of air pollution. Our Big Idea is to develop a low cost and highly efficient face mask for the urban poor city centers in the Asia Pacific, using our novel and completely biodegradable nanofilter technology.. We aim to develop a virtuous cycle of sustainable practi...
Everything we have is made up of millions of molecules. We often look at these as things as scientists can only use and understand, but we also once thought this way about computers and now nearly every home has one. Frank Leibfarth, an MIT fellow, discusses how polymers could be the next computing revolution. Frank grew up on the banks of the Missouri River in Yankton, South Dakota. He attended the University of South Dakota for his undergraduate education, majoring in both chemistry and physics and graduating summa cum laude in 2008. He began his graduate studies in chemistry in 2008 at University of California Santa Barbara under the direction of Prof. Craig J. Hawker. At UCSB, Frank developed simple yet powerful methods that improve the properties and function of plastic surfaces. ...
This is a video I made for a nanotechnology class back in the spring semester of 2008. I've noticed that that recently, more news is being reported about the technology known as nanosequencing, especially nanopores, so I thought I'd put this out there for anyone who might want to know about it a little more. This is the first video I've posted that wasn't recorded on my phone. I used iMovie and CC photos (for the most part) so please don't expect a michael bay/steven spielberg production.
Nanotechnology in Energy Applications Market: Has been prepared based on an in-depth market analysis, Size, Share, Trends with inputs from industry experts. The report covers the Americas, and the APAC and EMEA regions; it also covers the Nanotechnology in Energy Applications Market landscape and its growth prospects in the coming years. The report includes a discussion of the key vendors operating in this market. Detailed report at http://www.reportsandintelligence.com/global-nanotechnology-in-energy-applications-2014-2018-market