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Seminar on bacterial and neuronal molecular communication nanonetworks

The seminar "Bacterial and Neuronal Molecular Communication Nanonetworks and Future Perspectives on the Internet of Nano Things" will be presented by … [Read More...]

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Nano-bio lab course: photolithography

Editor’s note: Over the next several days, we will share the student impressions of some of the techniques learned in INBT’s nano-bio laboratory … [Read More...]

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Neuro X symposium talk titles revealed

We know you are probably wondering what this Neuro X symposium is all about. It's a pretty mysterious title for a research symposium. But we at the … [Read More...]

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Lab-on-a-chip helps understand cardiovascular disease

Cardiovascular disease is the leading cause of death in the United States accounts for over 600,000 mortalities and $400 billion dollars in health … [Read More...]

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Superconductor performance improved with nanowires

Superconducting materials have many useful applications, from magnetic resonance imaging (MRI) in medicine, to maglev trains, to particle … [Read More...]

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Protein teamwork drives successful cell division

Like a surgeon separating conjoined twins, cells have to be careful to get everything just right when they divide in two. Otherwise, the resulting … [Read More...]

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Podcast: Shaping polymers for biomedical use

In this edition of the Johns Hopkins Institute for NanoBioTechnology Nanobyte podcast, Hai-Quan Mao, professor of materials science and engineering at … [Read More...]

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Finding new tasks for the disruptive proteins in bee venom

When a bee stings you, it leaves its stinger within your body releasing a peptide toxin called melittin. Melittin is toxic to cells because it is able … [Read More...]

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