NEW-GEN is a futuristic utopia where human beings, alien creatures, and mechanical life forms co-exist in harmony. Built with nanotechnology by a scientist and explorer from Earth, NEW-GEN weaves nature and technology together into a sustainable paradise. But a nanotech war has erupted - begun by an exiled genius and now both NEW-GEN and Earth are threatened with annihilation.
Nanotecnology is already transforming out world. Microscopic machines manipulate matter, rearranging atoms to solve mankind's problems:
Nanomedicine - Nanobots serve as a mechanical immune system, repairing, healing, and curing any illness, injury, or disease.
Environmental repair - Nanobots scrubcarbon dioxide from the atmosphere, break down water pollutants, and provide oxygen via artificial photosynthesis.
Future bio-enhancement - Jump higher, run longer, adapt to new climate.
Advanced Cancer Chemoimmunotherapy with Novel Nanoparticles
November 25, 2022
According to a recent study published on November 24th, 2022 in the journal Nature Nanotechnology, scientists at the University of Pittsburgh have created cancer-fighting nanoparticles that deliver both a novel immunotherapy and a chemotherapy drug.
Researchers develop new, heat-efficient nanoparticles for treating cancer
November 15, 2022
Oregon State University scientists have invented a way to make magnetic nanoparticles that get hotter than any previous nanoparticle, improving their cancer fighting ability.
New nanoparticle-based sensors can measure residual herbicides in food
November 1, 2022
Two newly developed, low-cost tests that use nanoparticles to detect chemicals can accurately measure tiny amounts of two potentially harmful herbicides in fruits, vegetables and their products.
Self-powered bioelectronic face mask measures glucose levels
October 17, 2022
New research describes the first example of self-powered bioelectronics on a mask that can measure the biological glucose signal with continuous energy.
Technology produces more than 100 medical microrobots per minute that can be disintegrated in the body
September 27, 2022
Daegu Gyeongbuk Institute of Science & Technology collaborated with Professor Sung-Won Kim's team at Seoul St. Mary's Hospital, Catholic University of Korea, and ETH Zurich to develop a technology that produces more than 100 microrobots per minute that can be disintegrated in the body.
SMART Innovation Center awarded five-year NRF grant for new deep tech ventures
September 13, 2022
By providing researchers with financial and strategic support from the early stages, the Innovation Center hopes to bring new and disruptive technologies to market.
Novel Nanoplatform Found Effective Against Esophageal Cancer
August 10, 2022
Among the total number of deaths caused by different types of cancer, esophageal cancer is the sixth most significant. Several conventional treatments, such as radiotherapy, chemotherapy, and surgery have multiple side effects, including off-target toxicity and multidrug resistance (MDR).
Impact of Nanoparticles on Soybean Oil-Based Biodiesel Examined
August 29, 2022
Global energy production relies heavily on fossil fuels, which are depleting rapidly and are also regarded as the primary source of harmful emissions and climate change. As a result, there is an urgent need to develop green energy sources that can replace fossil fuels. In this context, biodiesel has the potential to be a viable alternative for diesel engines in the coming years.
New nanoparticles aid sepsis treatment in mice
June 6, 2022
Sepsis, the body's overreaction to an infection, affects more than 1.5 million people and kills at least 270,000 every year in the U.S. alone. The standard treatment of antibiotics and fluids is not effective for many patients, and those who survive face a higher risk of death.
Fluorine-Based Nanostructures Successfully Filter Salt from Water
May 16, 2022
Researchers have successfully filtered salt from water using fluorine-based nanostructures for the first time. These fluorous nanochannels work more effectively, require less pressure and energy, and are a more efficient filter than current desalination methods.
Biodegradable Fruit Packaging Combines Nanocellulose and Green Protein Isolates
May 2, 2022
An article published in the journal Scientific Reports the commercialization of byproducts from the sunflower-based biofuel sector to develop bio-based, biodegradable food packaging reinforced with nanocellulose.
'Nanocapsules' provide new solution for efficient cancer chemodynamic therapy
March 14, 2022
In a paper published on Small recently, reported the synthesis of hollow cuprous oxide nitrogen-doped carbon (HCONC) by one-step hydrothermal method as well as their applications in efficient chemodynamic therapy.
Easy aluminum nanoparticles for rapid, efficient hydrogen generation from water
February 21, 2022
Its widespread use in products that get wet poses no danger because aluminum instantly reacts with air to acquire a coating of aluminum oxide, which blocks further reactions.
Scientists use 'sticky' DNA to build organized structures of gel blocks
January 31, 2022
Researchers from the Okinawa Institute of Science and Technology Graduate University (OIST) have used microscopic strands of DNA to guide the assembly of gel blocks that are visible to the naked eye.
Nanotherapy offers new hope for the treatment of Type 1 diabetes
January 17, 2022
A team of researchers at Northwestern University have discovered a technique to help make immunomodulation more effective. The method uses nanocarriers to re-engineer the commonly used immunosuppressant rapamycin.
Nanobubbles Help to Effectively Separate High Ash Fine Coal
January 7, 2022
A group of researchers developed an efficient approach for handling high-ash fine coal utilizing water comprising positively charged nanobubbles (PCNBs) and polyaluminum chloride (PAC) in a work published in the journal ACS Omega.
Sensor based on quantum physics could detect SARS-CoV-2 virus
December 20, 2021
A novel approach to testing for the presence of the virus that causes COVID-19 may lead to tests that are faster, less expensive, and potentially less prone to erroneous results than existing detection methods.
Smart transformable nanoparticles promise advances in tumor diagnoses, treatment
December 7, 2021
In Applied Physics Reviews, researchers from China and the United States examine how biology triggers morphological changes in certain types of nanoparticles.
Researchers develop new approach to nanoparticles that stop internal bleeding
November 23, 2021
Four University of Maryland Baltimore County (UMBC) researchers have developed a unique way of modifying the surfaces of nanoparticles more quickly and with a reduced risk of negative reactions.
The Use of Nanotechnology in Face Masks Against Airborne Pathogens
November 9, 2021
The evolution of nanotechnology continues to develop at exponential rates! It’s conceptual ideas have the potential to vastly transform current day objects. Check out how nanotech could be used in face masks to further protect against airborne pathogens.
A Big Bet on Nanotechnology Has Paid Off
October 9, 2021
For as microscopic as Nanotechnology is, the bets against its concept seemed cosmic. Nanotechnology and it’s research has come a long way! What seemed like a fictitious sci-fi concept is now a reality! Check out how the big bet on nanotech has paid off.
3D Nano-Inks Show Potential for Applications in Aerospace, Medicine and Electronics
September 27, 2021
Mechanical engineering researchers at Michigan Technological University have created a way to make a 3D-printable nanocomposite polymeric ink that uses carbon nanotubes.
New DNA-based chip can be programmed to solve complex math problems
September 15, 2021
The term DNA immediately calls to mind the double-stranded helix that contains all our genetic information. Turns out, one can take advantage of this pairing property to perform complex mathematical calculations, and this forms the basis of DNA computing.
What Is Nanotechnology And How Is It Impacting Neuroscience?
August 23, 2021
Neurologists have long been accustomed to calculating treatments down to the most minuscule units. What if they could target even more sufficiently microscopic surface areas using technology? Check out how nanotechnology can impact neuroscience.
Novel Nanotechnology Could Enhance Effectiveness of Chemo
August 13, 2021
The ongoing battle against cancer is continuing strong. Check out how the University of Arizona Health Sciences research team has completed a study that has the potential to improve chemotherapy and cancer treatments.
Researchers develop new nanomaterial to derive clean fuel from the sea
July 30, 2021
Hydrogen fuel derived from the sea could be an abundant and sustainable alternative to fossil fuels, but the potential power source has been limited by technical challenges, including how to practically harvest it.
Microbially produced fibers: Stronger than steel, tougher than Kevlar
July 21, 2021
Engineers at Washington University in St. Louis have designed amyloid silk hybrid proteins and produced them in engineered bacteria.
Speedy nanorobots could someday clean up soil and water, deliver drugs
June 29, 2021
Researchers have discovered that particles called "nanoswimmers" paving the way for their use in everything from industrial clean-ups to medication delivery.
Carbon-based nanomaterials show promising results against SARS-CoV-2 and 12 other viruses
June 10, 2021
Professor Ángel Serrano recently published an article in journal ACS Nano showing that carbon-based nanomaterials (CBNs) with low or zero toxicity for humans, are "promising treatments" against the pneumonia caused by COVID-19.
High-performance biolubricants made from corn starch
May 25, 2021
Nature has developed excellent biolubricating systems however, once biolubrication of joints break down, relief has to come from partially or fully synthetic biolubricants – such as polymeric micro- or nanoparticle-based lubricants.
Revolutionising cleaning through nanotechnology
March 24, 2021
Throughout the COVID-19 pandemic, nanotechnology has been on the forefront of many medicinal research. Rigorous cleaning has also helped in minimizing COVID contamination.
A nanoparticle's size is fine-tuned to offer high-resolution images before and during surgical procedures
March 10, 2021
Scientists have found a way to control the size of special nanoparticles to optimize their use for both magnetic resonance and near-infrared imaging.
Nanobowls are a Potential Way to Deliver Treatments for Alzheimer’s Disease
March 1, 2021
A new study offers a new method for investigating amyloid beta and could be valuable in future Alzheimer’s treatments. Researchers have been analyzing the viability of using nanoparticles to offer targeted treatments for several diseases.
Printing Edible Nanostructured Holograms on Food
February 17, 2020
New science in the world of nanotechnology is going in a delicious direction! Edible holograms can be used as decoration on yummy desserts but even more importantly can be used to reduce packaging needs.
Could FuelGems NanoTechnology Lead The Fashion Supply Cycle Towards A Less Polluting Future?
February 1, 2021
Pollution is an issue that continues to rise everyday. Check out how FuelGems' nanotechnology could help lead the fashion supply towards a less polluting future.
In lab study, nanoparticle shows promising results for treating severe allergies
January 15th 2021
For many children, the danger that food allergies present could be deadly. Check out how this lab study is using nanotechnology showing promising results in enabling immune systems to tolerate deadly allergens.
Latest nanotechnology helps preserve ancient Indian Buddhist art
December 30, 2020
Although nanotechnology has helped us advance to the future, it can also be used to preserve our fragile historical evidence. Check out how the latest nanotechnology is helping to preserve some beautiful ancient Indian Buddhist art!
Black in Nanotech Week cofounder Olivia Geneus on inspiring new nanoscientists
December 14, 2020
The second week in December is Black in Nanotech Week and its co-founder Olivia Geneus is our guest in this episode of the Physics World Weekly podcast.
Graphene: The building block for sustainable cities
December 2, 2020
Innovation in advanced materials offers the disruptive potential to transform the way we build our future cities—and make them greener and smarter.
Advancements in Nanotechnology-Based Smart Dust
October 29, 2020
Smart dust is a tiny device with extensive applications in science and technology. Designing a product of tiny or compact size with various intrinsic applications is a recent trend in technology, especially in electronics.
Nanotechnology: A Quantum Leap into the Future
September 1, 2020
The idea of Nanotechnology has been around for almost four decades now. It was in the year 1989 when IBM researchers demonstrated a scientific breakthrough by constructing a 35-atom depiction of the company’s logo.
New 'nanopores' technique offers proof-of-concept of earlier, safer tumor detection
August 18, 2020
A non-invasive biopsy method called liquid biopsy has shown promise as a potential alternative to tissue biopsy, currently the gold standard in cancer detection and diagnosis.
Nanostructures modeled on moth eyes effective for anti-icing
August 4, 2020
Research in the journal AIP Advances investigates a unique nanostructure, modeled on moth eyes, that has anti-icing properties. Moth eyes are of interest because they have a distinct ice-phobic and transparent surface.
Medical nanotechnology research for COVID-19
July 23, 2020
Nanotechnology continues to help scientists make groundbreaking research. See how scientists have been using nanotech to research and create a vaccine to combat against COVID-19!
Nanotechnology applied to medicine
July 10, 2020
Nanotechnology in our NEW-GEN Universe has been the big key to its vast utopian success. Check out how new nanotechnology medicine on Earth could help humans see in an improved and novel way.
Nanomaterials derived from cellulose could make renewable energy cheaper
February 19, 2020
Some researchers are looking into unusual places for solutions to our toughest challenges, from powerful antibiotics hiding in the guts of tiny worms, to swift robots inspired by bats.
Sweet nanoparticles trick kidney
February 4, 2020
Materials scientists at the University of Freiburg led by Prof. Dr. Prasad Shastri from the Institute of Macromolecular Chemistry built nanoparticles with carbohydrate polysaccharides
UMass scientist works at the nanoscale to fortify foods
January 29, 2020
David Julian McClements is a food scientist that thinks like a structural architect. In his line of work, he examines the molecular organization of fruits and vegetables to increase their nutritional properties.
MIT graduate students lead conference on microsystems and nanotechnology
January 22, 2020
More than 200 students, faculty, staff, postdocs, and industry members come together at an off-campus site to explore technical achievements and research ideas at the forefront of nanotechnology.
Scientists use nanotechnology to fight late-stage sepsis
January 11, 2020
Researchers have developed a way to prop up a struggling immune system to enable its fight against sepsis, a deadly condition resulting from the body’s extreme reaction to infection.
10 technology trends that will impact our lives in 2020
January 1, 2020
2020 — it’s when the world will see transformational changes in how technology impacts our lives. Here’s a look at the top technology trends that will influence us.
How 2020 can be a tipping point for women in STEM
December 17, 2019
As we welcome 2020 with ambitions set high for greater diversity and inclusion in the workforce, it provides us with an opportunity to reset our goals for the year ahead.
Hiring antibodies as nanotechnology builders
December 3, 2019
What if we could use antibodies as functional tools for nanotechnology applications? A group of researchers at the University of Rome Tor Vergata started from this simple question.
Nanotechnology brings new challenges, new solutions
November 30, 2019
Paul Weiss takes us on a quick tour of the early days and areas which are now made possible by nanotechnology.