Journal entitled "Nanomedicine Research Journal" is commencing call for paper
Nanomedicine Research Journal (NMRJ) is published quarterly in English by Iranian Society of Nanomedicine. The Journal covers research on the application of:
Nanotechnology in diagnostics
Target drug delivery systems
Publishing formats include:
and letters to the editor.
For further information please follow the link below:
- Nanomaterial: the official definition of the European Commission
- How Nanotechnology Can Help Detect Disease Earlier
- Nano factories could manufacture cancer drugs at tumour sites
- Targeted nanoparticles show success in chemotherapy trials
- Artificial nanopore production could lead to early detection of disease
- Nanocrystals lead to liquid solar cells
- Gold nanoparticles detect salmonella on food
- Nanofiber breakthrough holds promise for better drug delivery and medical treatments
- Copper Iodide Nanoparticles Effective Against 2009 Pandemic H1N1 Influenza Virus
- Nanoscale protein cages help fight disease
- Cancer biopsy diagnosis with mulicoloured quantum dots
- Cranfield University Nanomedicine MSc Course
- Iranian researchers Synthesize Zinc Oxide Nanoparticles with High Catalytic Activity
- Production of Bioactive Material for Quick Treatment of Bone Damages
- Iranian researchers Use Nanotechnology to Increase Thermal Stability of Essential Oils
- Iranian researchers Use Graphene Nanosheets to Fabricate Electroconductive Textiles
- Produce dyeable polypropylene fibers by using clay nanoparticles
- Modification of a commercial type of membrane in fuel cells by using nanotubes
- Simulation of Nanoporous Membreanes in Gas Stripping Process
- Novel Method to Investigate DNA Degradation
- Produce Biological Carriers of Breast Cancer Tumor Antigens
- Use nano-oxides and metal-organic frameworks to produce a new type of antibacterial filter
- A new type of porous scaffold made of gelatin/nano hydroxyapatite
The official definition of the European Commission
View detailPublish date :2012/12/03|Visited :3874
A new study led by University of Kentucky researchers shows a new way to precisely detect a single chemical at extremely low concentrations and high contamination.
View detailPublish date :2012/05/23|Visited :2966
MIT researchers have designed particles that can produce proteins at specific sites in the body when ultraviolet light is shone on them. In this case, the protein is green fluorescent protein.
View detailPublish date :2012/05/23|Visited :2889
Tiny particles designed to home in on cancer cells achieve tumor shrinkage at lower doses than traditional chemotherapy.
View detailPublish date :2012/05/23|Visited :3250
A University of Texas at Arlington multi-disciplinary team has received a grant from the National Science Foundation to build artificial nanopores made of silicon that can detect “bad molecules” as a very early indication of cancer and other diseases.
View detailPublish date :2012/05/23|Visited :3125
Scientists at USC have developed a potential pathway to cheap, stable solar cells made from nanocrystals so small they can exist as a liquid ink and be painted or printed onto clear surfaces.
View detailPublish date :2012/05/28|Visited :2997
Gold nanoparticles can help identify Salmonella in five minutes, which is considerably faster than the 12-24 hours required to grow a reliable culture in a lab.
View detailPublish date :2012/05/28|Visited :3268
Protein nanofibers, developed by researchers at Polytechnic Institute of New York University (NYU-Poly), promises to greatly improve drug delivery for the treatment of cancers, heart disorders and Alzheimer's, as well as aiding the regeneration of human tissue, bone and cartilage.
View detailPublish date :2012/05/28|Visited :3279
The copper iodide generates reactive oxygen species which kill viruses by degrading viral proteins.
View detailPublish date :2012/05/28|Visited :3332
UCLA biochemists have designed specialized proteins that assemble themselves to form tiny molecular cages hundreds of times smaller than a single cell. The creation of these miniature structures may be the first step toward developing new methods of drug delivery or even designing artificial vaccines.
View detailPublish date :2012/06/10|Visited :3105
The tunable fluorescent nanoparticles known as quantum dots make ideal tools for distinguishing and identifying rare cancer cells in tissue biopsies, Emory and Georgia Tech scientists have demonstrated.
View detailPublish date :2012/06/10|Visited :10478
Developed in response to industry and society demand – Cranfield’s unique Nanomedicine course is the first of its kind within the UK and Europe to bridge the gap between nanotechnology and medicine, providing students with advanced knowledge, skills and practical experience of the principles, technology and applications within this exciting area.
View detailPublish date :2013/06/14|Visited :2533
Iranian researchers synthesized zinc oxide nanoparticles with high catalytic activity to simplify the reaction condition for the formulization of amines, using mechanochemical methods and without utilizing solvents.
View detailPublish date :2013/06/14|Visited :3333
A bioactive and biocompatible material was designed and produced by engineers from Iran Polymer and Petrochemistry Research Center by using nanoparticles with the ability to quickly treat damaged bones.
View detailPublish date :2013/06/14|Visited :2484
Iranian researchers succeeded in increasing the stability of oregano oil, as a sample of essential oils, during the processing and conservation.
View detailPublish date :2013/06/14|Visited :2437
Iranian researchers used graphene nanosheets to design and fabricate electroconductive fibers in which the amount of conductivity can be adjusted.
View detailPublish date :2013/06/14|Visited :3193
Iranian researchers from Amir Kabir University of Technology produced dyeable polypropylene fibers by using clay nanoparticles.
View detailPublish date :2013/08/30|Visited :2192
Iranian researchers from Amir Kabir University of Technology succeeded in the modification of a commercial type of membrane in fuel cells by using nanotubes.
View detailPublish date :2013/08/30|Visited :2471
A group of Iranian researchers managed to predict the transference model of carbon dioxide through nanoporous membranes in gas stripping process by using mathematical modeling and simulation.
View detailPublish date :2013/08/30|Visited :2419
Iranian researchers from Isfahan University of Technology used a new technique to study radical groups involved in the chemical and biological processes, the effect of metals on the formation of radical and DNA degradation, and the mechanism for radical formation.
View detailPublish date :2013/08/30|Visited :2243
Iranian researchers from Tarbiat Modarres University in association with their colleagues from Cellular and Molecular Research Institute of Shahid Beheshti University succeeded in the primary production of cancer breast tumor antigen carriers.
View detailPublish date :2013/08/31|Visited :2717
Iranian researchers from Tarbiat Modarres University used nano-oxides and metal-organic frameworks to produce a new type of antibacterial filter that is able to adsorb pollutants such as iodine and Congo red.
View detailPublish date :2013/08/30|Visited :2510
A new type of porous scaffold made of gelatin/nano hydroxyapatite was designed and produced by Iranian researchers to recover bone tissue.
View detailPublish date :2013/08/30|Visited :2579