Nanotechnology is the understanding and control of matter at the nanoscale. Nanomaterials have a range of biomedical applications, such as tissue engineering, drug delivery, and biosensors.
The pandemic caused by severe acute respiratory syndrome coronavirus 2 (SARS-CoV-2) has attracted constant attention while the toll of deaths and infections keeps growing around the world. In order to meet the urgent demand of a SARS-CoV-2 vaccine, different kinds of immunization ...Learn More
We are living in a new, unofficial but significant unit of geological time called Anthropocene, which is characterized by the impact that the human activity have on the planet’s climate and ecosystems . Some researchers even think that Plasticene will be a better descriptor ...Learn More
Designing and manufacturing CRISPR gene editing ingredients (e.g., gRNA, Cas9 protein or plasmid DNA) is not complicated now, but before the materials can execute a therapy, they must reach the target site. Typically viral vectors are used to deliver CRISPR agents with high ...Learn More
Although tremendous growth and success have been seen in the realm of oncology during the last decade, cancer remains a commonly fatal malady that accounts for millions of global deaths annually. It was reported that 9.6 million people died from cancer in 2018 and the number of ...Learn More
EXPERT aims at developing a new off-the-shelf delivery system for RNA-based nanomedicines to treat cancer and cardiovascular disease. In the long term, the platform technology could be used for improving diagnostic and therapeutic options for patients with several other diseases. ...Learn More