Case Studies on Chronic (Long Term) Toxicity of Non-Degradable Nanomaterials

Jun Kanno This series of studies aimed at feeding back the chronic toxicity information to the developers of nano-products before they are massively produced and consumed, or in other words, before they are exposed to the public in an uncontrollable fashion. Based on such information, the developers/ manufactures can produce safer product to foster the […]

Graphene and Graphene Oxide as Nanomaterials for Medicine and Biology Application

Subhashree Priyadarsini et al. Graphene- and graphene oxide-based nanomaterials have gained broad interests in research because of their unique physiochemical properties. The 2D allotropic structure allows it to be used in various biological fields. The biomedical applications of graphene and its composite include its use in gene and small molecular drug delivery. It is further […]

Lipid Nanoparticles for mRNA Delivery

Xucheng Hou et al. Messenger RNA (mRNA) has emerged as a new category of therapeutic agent to prevent and treat various diseases. To function in vivo, mRNA requires safe, effective and stable delivery systems that protect the nucleic acid from degradation and that allow cellular uptake and mRNA release. Lipid nanoparticles have successfully entered the […]

Nanoelectric Theories: Rice University 2016 Self Assembling Graphene in Electromagnetic Influence

Mark Trozzi Consider the concept of injectable graphene oxide self-assembling into electrical components under the influence of electromagnetic influence. Is this nothing but a crazy unrealistic futuristic sci-fi fantasy?  … this Rice University research presented more than five years ago should alert us that such proposals of an interaction between injectable graphene and 5G directed […]

Medical Nanobiosensors: A Tutorial Review

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Hamideh Razavi, Sajad Janfaza A sensitive monitoring of biological analytes, such as biomolecules (protein, lipid, DNA and RNA), and biological cells (blood cell, virus and bacteria), is essential to assess and avoid risks for human health. Nanobiosensors, analytical devices that combine a biologically sensitive element with a nanostructured transducer, are being widely used for molecular […]

Potential Toxicity and Safety Evaluation of Nanomaterials for the Respiratory System and Lung Cancer

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Thomas Vlachogianni et al. Engineered nanomaterials (ENMs) are a diverse group of materials finding increasing use in manufacturing, computing, food, pharmaceuticals, and biomedicine due to their very small size and exceptional properties. Health and safety concerns for ENMs have forced regulatory agencies to consider preventive measures and regulations for workers’ health and safety protection. Respiratory […]

Electromagnetic-Based Wireless Nano-Sensors Network: Architectures and Applications

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Ayoud Oukhatar et al. Recent advances in nano-materials and nanotechnology have paved the way for building integrated devices with a nanometric size, named nano-nodes. These nano- nodes are composed of nano-processor, nano-memory, nano- batteries, nano-transceiver, nano-antenna and nano-sensors, which operate at nano-scale level. They are able to perform simple tasks, such as sensing, computing and […]

Transhumanism: the Big Fraud Towards Digital Slavery

David Salinas Flores Transhumanism: the big fraud-towards digital slavery The transhumanism is an international movement that states that adding technological implants and inserting DNA will improve the human being. However, the transhumanists hide two subjects: the use of technological implants as a weapon against the citizen and the method they are developing their dangerous projects […]