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Brown Chemists Create Cancer-Detecting Nanoparticles

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A team led by a Brown University chemist has created the smallest iron oxide nanoparticles to date for cancer detection by magnetic resonance imaging (MRI). The magnetic nanoparticles operate like tiny guided missiles, seeking and attaching themselves to alignant tumor cells. Once they bind, the particles emit stronger signals that MRI scans can detect.

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Sol-Gel Signs $24.7 M Deal for Dermatology Drug Delivery

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Sol-Gel Technologies Ltd. announced today that it has entered into a development and licensing agreement with a leading U.S. pharmaceutical company for the development and commercialization of a major dermatologic product.Under the terms of the agreement, Sol-Gel Technologies will receive $24.7 million, comprised of an initial non-refundable payment as well as additional payments upon the successful completion of various milestones.

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Press Release: Prestigious prize for HybSi® membranes

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Original article from Energieonderzoek Centrum Nederland

Dr. Robert Kreiter, working at the Energy research Centre of the Netherlands (ECN), has received the 2009 Donald R. Ulrich Award for “an outstanding contribution to the field of Sol-Gel science and technology”.The prize, for product or product oriented R&D, was awarded for the breakthrough work on the HybSi® membranes. The co-recipient, in the category of fundamentals of Sol-Gel, was Dr. Paolo Falcaro of CSIRO, Australia.

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Nanowire-Paper Offers Strength, Flexibility

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University of Arkansas

Researchers have created two-dimensional "paper" that can be shaped into three-dimensional devices.

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Nanomaterials to develop new organic composites for printing chips

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Siliconfenbusiness.com

The Advance Nanotech research team, in collaboration with CAPE at the University of Cambridge, has developed novel composites made up of organic polymers and nanostructured materials that provide low-cost "printable" semiconductors.

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