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Nanotechnology Could Assist in the Treatment of Respiratory Tract Infections – AZoNano

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A new review paper looks at the use of nanoparticles in the treatment of respiratory illness.

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The respiratory tract is frequently exposed to elements in the atmosphere like bacteria, viruses, and even fungi, pathogens that can cause upper respiratory tract infections that must be treated with antibiotics and other medicines.

The most serious risk of upper respiratory tract infections the nose or nostrils, nasal cavity, mouth, throat (pharynx), and voice box (larynx) come when they spread lower in the body. Should such infections hit the lungs, they can cause serious illness and even death.

These lower respiratory tract infections and conditions like asthma, lung cancer, tuberculosis, and cystic fibrosis, dont just pose a health risk and present a considerable burden to health care providers, but they also represent a significant economic burden.

One of the reasons that lower respiratory infections are so difficult to treat arises because drugs are not easily delivered to the lower areas of the lungs. The situation is compounded by these lower-lying bacteria finding themselves encased in bio-films and thick mucus.

Cracking these naturally acquired defenses to hit bacteria currently requires high doses of antibiotics administered either orally or intravenously, but what if drugs could be delivered directly to the area where they are needed?

A new review paper published in the Journal of Nanosciences Research & Reports looks at the development of nanotechnology to deliver medicines directly to low-lying bacteria hitting the infection at the source. The authors point out that the development of nanotechnologies that are biocompatible and can act as drug vectors could be a massive boon in the treatment of respiratory disease.

The first step in the development of a nanotech approach to the treatment of respiratory illness is characterizing the ideal nanoparticles for effective targeted drug delivery. The researchers considered the qualities of nanoparticles that need to be considered for inhalation and interaction with epithelial cells the cells that line the surface of the body.

Amongst the characteristics that the team identified as being particularly important are size, shape, surface charges and wettability. These qualities convey a wide range of benefits.

The surface charge of a nanoparticle determines how it will interact with cell membranes in the body, with weak charges seeming to be a better choice for drug delivery.

The shape of nanoparticles is also a quality that has direct consequences for cell interactions. Past studies have revealed spherical-shaped nanoparticles more conductive than particles with other shapes. On the other hand, rod-like nanoparticles seem to penetrate cells better and seem to result in fewer adverse effects.

Its probably not much of a surprise to learn that smaller nanoparticles also seem to penetrate biological barriers more effectively than larger nanoparticles. Despite this, the authors add that cellular uptake of nanoparticles appears to be independent of size.

Wettability in nanoparticles seemed to be associated with different treatment results. The team said nanogels made from polymers that become liquids easier seem to be good at inhibiting immune response.

Beyond the characteristics of nanoparticles and their effects, the team also looked at an array of different particles for drug delivery, including liposomes with different levels of solubility and an associated reduction in toxicity, and macromolecule polymers for use in the creation of supports to assist in the delivery of therapeutic and diagnostic agents.

What is clear from the study is that nanotechnology will undoubtedly play a role in the administration of drugs, in the process, overcoming a range of issues that exist with current medicines. And the treatment of respiratory infection will be one of the areas that significantly benefit from the advancement of nanotech.

What is less clear is which nanoparticles will provide the most efficient and effective interventions. To figure this out, the authors of this review conclude that these nanotech measures are still very much in the early stages of development.

While preclinical trials have shown the potential of nanotech in the treatment of respiratory infection by characterizing their qualities, the trials that will yield the most important results have barely begun, with clinical efficacy a long way from validation.

The researchers conclude by suggesting that future research should focus on aspects of nanomedicine, such as changes in nontherapeutic performance, molecular mechanisms and potential toxicity during treatment.

1. Prajapati. B., Varia. U., [2021], Nano Science in Pulmonary Drug Delivery, Journal of Nanosciences Research & Reports, [https://www.onlinescientificresearch.com/articles/nano-science-in-pulmonary-drug-delivery.pdf]

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Nanotechnology in Medical Devices Market Incredible Possibilities, Growth With Industry Study, Detailed Analysis And Forecast 2028 UNLV The Rebel…

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Nanotechnology in medical devices market is expected to reach a market value of USD 20.52 billion by 2027 growing with the CAGR of 11.9% in the forecast period of 2020-2027. The increasing support of the government in the provision on advanced technology has been directly impacting the growth of nanotechnology in medical devices market.

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What Should You Look For In Your #IPstrategy? How Can You Best Adapt This Strategy? This Will Be Answered At – Food, Drugs, Healthcare, Life Sciences…

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Creation of the most perfect graphene – Nanowerk

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Aug 25, 2021 (Nanowerk News) A team of researchers led by Director Rod Ruoff at the Center for Multidimensional Carbon Materials (CMCM) within the Institute for Basic Science (IBS), including graduate students at the Ulsan National Institute of Science and Technology (UNIST), have achieved growth and characterization of large area, single-crystal graphene that has no wrinkles, folds, or adlayers ("Single Crystal, Large-area, Fold-free Monolayer Graphene"). It can be said to be the most perfect graphene that has been grown and characterized, to date. Director Ruoff notes, This pioneering breakthrough was due to many contributing factors, including human ingenuity and the ability of the CMCM researchers to reproducibly make large-area single-crystal Cu-Ni(111) foils, on which the graphene was grown by chemical vapor deposition (CVD) using a mixture of ethylene with hydrogen in a stream of argon gas. Student Meihui Wang, Dr. Ming Huang, and Dr. Da Luo along with Ruoff undertook a series of experiments of growing single-crystal and single-layer graphene on such home-made Cu-Ni(111) foils under different temperatures. (a, b) SEM images and (c) AFM phase image of graphene folds in an adlayer-free single-crystal graphene film on a Cu(111) foil. (d) Schematic of the mechanism of graphene folds formation during the cooling process. (Image courtesy of the researchers) The team had previously reported single-crystal and adlayer-free films of graphene which were grown using methane at temperatures of ~1320 Kelvin (K) degrees on Cu(111) foils. Adlayers refer to small islands of regions that have another layer of graphene present. However, these films always contained long folds that are the consequence of tall wrinkles that form as the graphene is cooled from the growth temperature down to room temperature. This results in an undesirable reduction in the performance of graphene field effect transistor (GFET) if the fold is in the active region of the GFET. The folds also contain cracks that lower the mechanical strength of the graphene. The next exciting challenge was thus eliminating these folds. CMCM researchers first implemented a series of cycling experiments that involved cycling the temperature immediately after growing the graphene at 1320 K. These experiments showed that the folds are formed at or above 1020 K during the cooling process. After learning this, the team decided to grow graphene on Cu-Ni(111) foils at several different temperatures around 1020 K, which led to a discovery that large-area, high-quality, fold-free, and adlayer-free single-crystal graphene films can be grown in a temperature range between 1000 K and 1030 K. This fold-free graphene film forms as a single crystal over the entire growth substrate because it shows a single orientation over a large-area low-energy electron diffraction (LEED) patterns, noted SEONG Won Kyung, a senior research fellow in CMCM who installed the LEED equipment in the center. GFETs were then patterned on this single-crystal fold-free graphene in a variety of directions by UNIST graduate student Yunqing Li. These GFETs showed remarkably uniform performance with average room temperature electron and hole mobilities of 7.0 1.0 103 cm2 V-1 s-1. (a) Optical image, (b) atomic resolution TEM (transmission electron microscope) image, and (c) representative selected area electron diffraction (SAED) pattern of a fold-free adlayer-free graphene film grown on Cu-Ni(111) foil made by the CMCM. (d) A 6-inch quartz tube CVD furnace system used to evaluate scalable production of single-crystal fold-free graphene films on single-crystal Cu-Ni(111) alloy foils. (e) 5 pieces of 4 cm 7 cm Cu-Ni(111) alloy foils were hung on a quartz holder and graphene was grown on both sides of each foil. (f) Photograph of the 4 cm 7 cm fold-free single-crystal graphene film grown in the 6-inch CVD system shown in (e) and then transferred onto a 4-inch diameter silicon wafer. (Image courtesy of the researchers) Li notes, Such remarkably uniform performance is possible because the fold-free graphene film is a single crystal with essentially no imperfections. Importantly, the research team was able to achieve scaling up of graphene production using this method. The graphene was successfully grown on 5 foils (dimension 4 cm x 7 cm) simultaneously in a 6-inch diameter home-built quartz furnace. Our method of growing fold-free graphene films is very reproducible, with each foil yielding two identical pieces of high-quality graphene films on both sides of the foil, and By using the electrochemical bubbling transfer method, graphene can be delaminated in about 1 minute and the Cu-Ni(111) foil can be quickly readied for the next growth/transfer cycle, notes Meihui Wang. Ming Huang adds, When we tested the weight loss of Cu-Ni(111) foils after 5 runs of growth and transfers, the net loss was only 0.0001 grams. This means that our growth and transfer methods using the Cu-Ni(111) can be performed repeatedly, essentially indefinitely. In the process of achieving fold-free single-crystal graphene, the researchers also discovered the reasons behind the formation of these folds. High-resolution TEM imaging was performed by student CHOE Myeonggi and Prof. LEE Zonghoon (a group leader in CMCM and professor at UNIST) to observe the cross-sections of the samples grown above 1040 K. They discovered that the deadhesion, which is the cause of the folds, is initiated at the bunched step edge regions between the single crystal Cu-Ni(111) plateaus. This deadhesion at the bunched step edge regions triggers the formation of graphene folds perpendicular to the step edge direction, noted co-corresponding author Luo. Ruoff further notes that We discovered that step-bunching of a Cu-Ni(111) foil surface suddenly occurs at about 1030 K, and this surface reconstruction is the reason why the critical growth temperature of fold-free graphene is at ~1030 K or below. Such large-area fold-free single-crystal graphene film allows for the straightforward fabrication of integrated high-performance devices oriented in any direction over the entire graphene film. These single-crystal graphene films will be important for further advances in basic science, which will lead to new applications in electronic, photonic, mechanical, thermal, and other areas. The near-perfect graphene is also useful for stacking, either with itself and/or with other 2D materials, to further expand the range of likely applications. Given that the Cu-Ni(111) foils can be used repeatedly and that the graphene can be transferred to other substrates in less than one minute, the scalable manufacturing using this process is also highly promising. A further interesting aspect of this article is that it includes Natures Transparent Peer Review document, so that readers may read through the reviewer comments and author rebuttals to also observe the process of scientific review. The paper went through two cycles of review and thus three revisions of the main text and the Supplemental Information document prior to being accepted. When the review process works well, reviewers offer useful comments and questions that the authors can then ponder and try to answer. Ruoff and Luo noted that We dived back into our labs at the CMCM and really worked hard to respond to the reviewer comments and also to tackle other interesting aspects of the science during the 6-month time between our originally submitted manuscript to Nature, and its acceptance after 3 rounds of revision. Ruoff further notes, This was like a huge breath of fresh air for us we got professional reviews and the entire review experience was professional in all regards. I think the Transparent Peer Review played a role in achieving this proper level of professionalism. Other journals might take note.

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Global Magnetite Nanoparticles Market 2021 Incredible Possibilities by World 2027 | Nanografi Nano Technology, US Research Nanomaterials, Nanoshell…

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Breakthrough findings on nanoparticle delivery of HIV/AIDS medications to brain – Nanowerk

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Aug 11, 2021 (Nanowerk News) A University of Miami Miller School of Medicine biochemistry researcher has found that a nanoparticle drug delivery system can reduce HIV/AIDS viral reservoirs in the brain that normally contribute to neurological problems. "While HIV can be managed as a chronic condition, current drugs cannot cross the blood-brain barrier," said Shanta Dhar, Ph.D., associate professor of biochemistry and molecular biology, and assistant director of technology and innovation at Sylvester Comprehensive Cancer Center at the University of Miami Miller School of Medicine. "Therefore, the ability of nanoparticles to deliver antiretroviral drugs to the brain is a significant breakthrough that could potentially improve the treatment of brain cancers and other diseases." For the past decade, Dr. Dhar has been studying a polymer chain nanoparticle as a vehicle for intracellular drug delivery. Her latest laboratory study was published recently in the American Chemical Society journal, ACS Nano ("Brain-Accumulating Nanoparticles for Assisting Astrocytes to Reduce Human Immunodeficiency Virus and Drug Abuse-Induced Neuroinflammation and Oxidative Stress"). Miller School co-authors wereBapurao Surnar, Ph.D; Anuj S. Shah; Minseon Park, Ph.D; Akil A. Kalathil; Mohammad Z. Kamra, Ph.D.; and Michal Toborek, M.D., Ph.D. The research team included Nagesh Kolishetti, Ph.D., as a corresponding author; his student, Royden Ramirez Jaime; and Madhavan Nair, Ph.D.; all from the Herbert Wertheim College of Medicine, Florida International University. Drs. Dhar and Kolishetti said, "Using an experimental model, we were able to use biodegradable brain-targeted polymeric nanoparticles to reduce the HIV/AIDS viral burden. We also included antioxidant and anti-inflammatory neuroprotectants to address stress and inflammation in the brain cells." Dr. Dhar noted that nanoparticle drug delivery offers a new strategy for treating HIV-associated neurocognitive disorders, such as HIV dementia, which can be magnified by recreational drug use in HIV-positive individuals. She added, "Looking ahead, this therapeutic strategy, which we have demonstrated in our laboratory, has great potential for improving treatment of a wide range of brain diseases."

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Innovative New Nanotechnology Will Enable Healthy Electric Current Production Inside the Human Body – SciTechDaily

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The innovative material that creates green energy through mechanical force.

A new nanotechnology development by an international research team led by Tel Aviv University researchers will make it possible to generate electric currents and voltage within the human body through the activation of various organs (mechanical force). The researchers explain that the development involves a new and very strong biological material, similar to collagen, which is non-toxic and causes no harm to the bodys tissues. The researchers believe that this new nanotechnology has many potential applications in medicine, including harvesting clean energy to operate devices implanted in the body (such as pacemakers) through the bodys natural movements, eliminating the need for batteries.

The study was led by Prof. Ehud Gazit of the Shmunis School of Biomedicine and Cancer Research at the Wise Faculty of Life Sciences, the Department of Materials Science and Engineering at the Fleischman Faculty of Engineering, and the Center for Nanoscience and Nanotechnology, along with his lab team, Dr. Santu Bera and Dr. Wei Ji.

Also taking part in the study were researchers from the Weizmann Institute and a number of research institutes in Ireland, China, and Australia. As a result of their findings, the researchers received two ERC-POC grants aimed at using the scientific research from the ERC grant that Gazit had previously won for applied technology. The research was published in the prestigious journal Nature Communications.

Prof. Ehud Gazit. Credit: Tel Aviv University

Prof. Gazit, who is also Founding Director of the BLAVATNIK CENTER for Drug Discovery, explains: Collagen is the most prevalent protein in the human body, constituting about 30% of all of the proteins in our body. It is a biological material with a helical structure and a variety of important physical properties, such as mechanical strength and flexibility, which are useful in many applications. However, because the collagen molecule itself is large and complex, researchers have long been looking for a minimalistic, short and simple molecule that is based on collagen and exhibits similar properties.

About a year and a half ago, in the journal Nature Materials, our group published a study in which we used nanotechnological means to engineer a new biological material that meets these requirements. It is a tripeptide a very short molecule called Hyp-Phe-Phe consisting of only three amino acids capable of a simple process of self-assembly of forming a collagen-like helical structure that is flexible and boasts a strength similar to that of the metal titanium. In the present study, we sought to examine whether the new material we developed bears another feature that characterizes collagen piezoelectricity. Piezoelectricity is the ability of a material to generate electric currents and voltage as a result of the application of mechanical force, or vice versa, to create a mechanical force as the result of exposure to an electric field.

In the study, the researchers created nanometric structures of the engineered material, and with the help of advanced nanotechnology tools, applied mechanical pressure on them. The experiment revealed that the material does indeed produce electric currents and voltage as a result of the pressure. Moreover, tiny structures of only hundreds of nanometers demonstrated one of the highest levels of piezoelectric ability ever discovered, comparable or superior to that of the piezoelectric materials commonly found in todays market (most of which contain lead and are therefore not suitable for medical applications).

According to the researchers, the discovery of piezoelectricity of this magnitude in a nanometric material is of great significance, as it demonstrates the ability of the engineered material to serve as a kind of tiny motor for very small devices. Next, the researchers plan to apply crystallography and computational quantum mechanical methods (density functional theory) in order to gain an in-depth understanding of the materials piezoelectric behavior and thereby enable the accurate engineering of crystals for the building of biomedical devices.

Prof. Gazit adds: Most of the piezoelectric materials that we know of today are toxic lead-based materials, or polymers, meaning they are not environmentally and human body-friendly. Our new material, however, is completely biological, and therefore suitable for uses within the body. For example, a device made from this material may replace a battery that supplies energy to implants like pacemakers, though it should be replaced from time to time. Body movements like heartbeats, jaw movements, bowel movements, or any other movement that occurs in the body on a regular basis will charge the device with electricity, which will continuously activate the implant.

Now, as part of their continuing research, the researchers are seeking to understand the molecular mechanisms of the engineered material with the goal of realizing its immense potential and turning this scientific discovery into applied technology. At this stage, the focus is on the development of medical devices, but Prof. Gazit emphasizes that environmentally friendly piezoelectric materials, such as the one we have developed, have tremendous potential in a wide range of areas because they produce green energy using mechanical force that is being used anyway. For example, a car driving down the street can turn on the streetlights. These materials may also replace lead-containing piezoelectric materials that are currently in widespread use, but that raise concerns about the leakage of toxic metal into the environment.

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Molecular engineering of piezoelectricity in collagen-mimicking peptide assemblies by Santu Bera, Sarah Guerin, Hui Yuan, Joseph ODonnell, Nicholas P. Reynolds, Oguzhan Maraba, Wei Ji, Linda J. W. Shimon, Pierre-Andre Cazade, Syed A. M. Tofail, Damien Thompson, Rusen Yang and Ehud Gazit, 11 May 2021, Nature Communications. DOI: 10.1038/s41467-021-22895-6

Rigid helical-like assemblies from a self-aggregating tripeptide by Santu Bera, Sudipta Mondal, Bin Xue, Linda J. W. Shimon, Yi Cao and Ehud Gazit, 15 April 2019, Nature Materials. DOI: 10.1038/s41563-019-0343-2

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Art and nano-technology beautifully converge in new museum – The Jerusalem Post

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Unlike a traditional museum, The Fetter Nanoscience and Art Museum at Bar-Ilan University enables visitors to wander across different buildings to access the eight displays that make up New Languages, making the experience itself beyond memorable. Below is an overview of the eight different exhibits.

Arabesque by Mahmood Kaiss and Prof. Adi Salomon

Flooding by Prof. Shlomo Margel and Eili Levy

Following a single drop of water, may sound insignificant to the average museum-goer. However, when artist Eili Levy found herself in a period of anxiety, she wanted to depict these innermost feelings creatively. Referred to as hydrophobia in science, the drop is meant to represent the rollercoaster that is our lives while simultaneously highlighting how water responds to stress and variable conditions. Yet, this journey would not be possible without the team of researchers who were able to ensure that the drop was not absorbed through the journey due to its hydrophobic coating. Spectators are easily able to identify with the drop, making the exhibit one of the more poignant moments in the exhibition.

Salt Animals by Caroline Maxwell and Dr. Gili Taguri-Cohen,

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Upon first glance, Caroline Maxwells painting may look like your average animal painting on sandpaper. Yet, the painting itself led to some unexpected scientific discoveries following its completion. Having finished it a few years ago, some recent discoloring and changes were revealed which prompted researchers to begin studying how both salt and crystals influenced these color variations. Using salt from both the Dead Sea and Salt Lake City, audiences can easily see the crystallization of the painting. This exhibit may not be the most fascinating visually, yet the history behind its journey shows how science can reveal itself even in the most unexpected and unintentional of ways.

Here and There by Prof. Dror Fixler and Ela Goldman

Copper Rain by Elad Shniderman and Dr. Shay Tirosh

For artist Elad Shniderman and Dr. Shay Tiroshs exhibit Copper Rain, participants are asked to peer into a tinted and stained window. Meant as an analogy for the impossibility of identical experiences, the exhibit also has music playing throughout the experience, only furthering this clever metaphor. Using crystallization of copper in a cell, this exhibit signifies the overproduction in our world. At times, the music, sounds and tints in the panel can feel overbearing which only mirrors how the state of our world can feel. One of the more reflective exhibits in the museum, Copper Rain allows us to look inward while exploring both art and science.

Sync Variations by Elad Shniderman and Prof. Moti Fridman

Easily the most memorable exhibit of the museum, projections of 16 violinists came on-screen in a panoramic setting while audiences were seated in a sheltered panoramic tent. The exhibit was meant to signify how differences in synchronizations can either confirm or challenge chaos theory and how we choose to accept or ignore the information that we are presented with daily. Yet, its implications for 2021 extended beyond chaos theory and into the realm of fake news. How do we tune out unnecessary noise? How do we undo what we thought was true? Elad Shniderman and Prof. Moti Fridman were able to craft a truly captivating experience using the power of music to provide insight into chaos theory.

Stretching the Limits by Vardi Bobrow and Prof. Orit Shefi.

Through the innovative use of an ample supply of rubber bands, Varid Bobrow and Orit Shefi sought to explore the neuroplasticity of neurons. The result is a remarkable examination of the brain. When we learn new things our brain grows and expands, similar to how a rubber band might expand. Yet, with periods of idleness, the brain remains stagnant. The elastics in this piece beautifully capture the phenomenon of neuroplasticity of the brain. Great for audiences of all ages, the exhibit shows how something as simple as elastic can teach us fascinating theories on how our brains work.

Unbounded Parallel Universe by Emmanuele Della Torre and Israel Hadany

What seems like a rotating and scrolling slew of texts in a variety of languages, is actually an optical illusion of stagnant text. Meant to show the beginning of the universe as well as sacred texts, the optical illusion allows spectators to attempt to interpret differing understandings of the universe. Each text will never intersect with the others, mirroring how in real life, often our perspectives fail to align with others. Created by Emanuele Della Tore and artist Israel Hadany, the texts range from Maxwells formulas to Kabbalistic texts, to theories from Stephen Hawking, making it likely that each viewer can find identification with one of the texts being presented.

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Nanotechnology in Drug Delivery Market to Witness Robust Expansion by 2027 |Alkermes, Access Pharmaceuticals, Camurus, Celgene, Capsulution Pharma 26…

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There has been major expansion in the transformation of nano-based cancer therapies and diagnostics and different new technologies are in the pipeline. Nanomedicine and nano delivery systems are being utilized as diagnostic tools or in delivering therapeutic agents to specific targeted sites in a controlled manner wherein materials are used in the nanoscale range

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The Australian-developed sensor set to scout out COVID in the workplace – Australian Hospital + Healthcare Bulletin

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A biosensor that can rapidly and accurately detect SARS-CoV-2 is currently being developed in Australia thanks to a collaboration between RMIT University, Melbourne-based biomedical start-up Soterius, MIP Diagnostics, the Burnet Institute, D+I and Vestech.

The Soterius Scout can deliver results within a minute to provide the all clear for someone to enter their work environment or alert them if they need to undertake a COVID-19 test and self-isolate.

The sensor harnesses nanotechnology-enabled biosensors developed by RMIT researchers at its leading-edge Micro Nano Research Facility. The biosensor technology is covered in a patent application filed by RMIT, with the integrated system the subject of a patent application subsequently filed by Soterius.

Prototype tests conducted at RMIT, in partnership with Burnet Institute, reveal that the sensor detects SARS-CoV-2 spike protein fragments with impressive accuracy and no false positives. The technology can detect COVID-19 even if someone is asymptomatic.

Soterius is currently further developing the prototype, with commercial release anticipated in early 2022.

The technology will be manufactured in Australia and will initially be delivered to hospitals, with future applications in other essential worker and high-traffic settings including aged care, quarantine hotels, airports and schools. It is hoped that the sensor will help transform day-to-day management of the pandemic, protecting frontline workers and the wider community.

Concept image of the Soterius Scout biosensor, fixed to an office wall to detect minute fragments of SARS-CoV-2. Image credit: Soterius.

Soterius co-founder Dr Alasdair Wood said emerging environmental viral sensors were bulky, energy intensive and can detect only one type of virus.

Our biosensor is so small it can fit on a personal fob card and its easy to use you just need to swipe your card over a reader at checkpoints, Dr Wood said.

Importantly, one sensor can detect up to eight viral strains and our technology can be easily adapted to detect new variants or novel viruses as they emerge.

We hope the Soterius Scout biosensor could be a vital tool for managing COVID-19, providing accurate early detection to prevent outbreaks and avoid the need for future lockdowns.

Trials show the sensor has potential to become a top-performing diagnostic tool for respiratory illnesses and it is now being scaled to detect other diseases such as influenza and MERS.

RMIT project leader Professor Sharath Sriram said the collaboration would accelerate the translation of RMIT research into vital new technologies.

COVID-19 is not going away any time soon and we need smart solutions to help us detect the virus and contain outbreaks, Professor Sriram said.

It is exciting to see our platform sensor technology at the core of this smart new solution for the management of COVID-19 and other respiratory viruses in workplaces, to help protect our frontline workers and the wider community.

The Soterius Scout biosensor can be worn as a fob or attached as a fixture within a workspace. The system detects virus particles that land on the sensor and, in less than one minute, can communicate the result to a smartphone or to a reader that users swipe as they enter or exit areas.

If SARS-CoV-2 is detected, Scout directs the user for testing and quarantine. Data can also be transmitted to the cloud to enable remote monitoring of hot spots and support the containment of local outbreaks.

The system uses flexible microelectronics and a synthetic nanotechnology that binds to targeted viruses, enabling specific detection and preventing false positives. Each device can be programmed to detect up to eight different viral strains using a sensor array, and can be easily adapted as part of the manufacturing process to detect new strains as they emerge.

Top image caption: The Soterius Scout sensor can detect COVID-19 even if someone is asymptomatic, to provide the all clear for someone to enter their work environment. Image credit: Soterius.

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A noninvasive test to detect cancer cells and pinpoint their location – Nanowerk

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Jul 16, 2021 (Nanowerk News) Most of the tests that doctors use to diagnose cancer such as mammography, colonoscopy, and CT scans are based on imaging. More recently, researchers have also developed molecular diagnostics that can detect specific cancer-associated molecules that circulate in bodily fluids like blood or urine. MIT engineers have now created a new diagnostic nanoparticle that combines both of these features: It can reveal the presence of cancerous proteins through a urine test, and it functions as an imaging agent, pinpointing the tumor location. In principle, this diagnostic could be used to detect cancer anywhere in the body, including tumors that have metastasized from their original locations. Multimodal nanosensors (1) are engineered to target and respond to hallmarks in the tumor microenvironment. The nanosensors provide both a noninvasive urinary monitoring tool (2) and an on-demand medical imaging agent (3) to localize tumor metastasis and assess response to therapy. (Image: Liangliang Hao) This is a really broad sensor intended to respond to both primary tumors and their metastases. It can trigger a urinary signal and also allow us to visualize where the tumors are, says Sangeeta Bhatia, the John and Dorothy Wilson Professor of Health Sciences and Technology and Electrical Engineering and Computer Science at MIT and a member of MITs Koch Institute for Integrative Cancer Research and Institute for Medical Engineering and Science. In a new study, Bhatia and her colleagues showed that the diagnostic could be used to monitor the progression of colon cancer, including the spread of metastatic tumors to the lung and the liver. Eventually, they hope it could be developed into a routine cancer test that could be performed annually. Bhatia is the senior author of the study, which appears in Nature Materials ("Microenvironment-triggered multimodal precision diagnostics"). The papers lead author is MIT research scientist Liangliang Hao. Locating tumors Over the past several years, Bhatia has been developing cancer diagnostics that work by generating synthetic biomarkers that can be easily detected in the urine. Most cancer cells express enzymes called proteases, which help them escape their original locations by cutting through proteins of the extracellular matrix. Bhatias cancer-detecting nanoparticles are coated with peptides that are cleaved by these proteases. When these particles encounter a tumor, the peptides are cleaved and excreted in the urine, where they can be easily detected. In animal models of lung cancer, these biomarkers can detect the presence of tumors early on; however, they dont reveal the exact location of the tumor or whether the tumor has spread beyond its organ of origin. Building on their previous efforts, the MIT researchers wanted to develop what they call a multimodal diagnostic, which can perform both molecular screening (detecting the urinary signal) and imaging, to tell them exactly where the original tumor and any metastases are located. To modify the particles so they could also be used for PET imaging, the researchers added a radioactive tracer called copper-64. They also coated them with a peptide that is attracted to acidic environments, such as the microenvironment in tumors, to induce the particles to accumulate at tumor sites. Once they reach a tumor, these peptides insert themselves into cell membranes, creating a strong imaging signal above background noise. The researchers tested the diagnostic particles in two mouse models of metastatic colon cancer, in which tumor cells travel to and grow in the liver or the lungs. After treatment with a chemotherapy drug commonly used to treat colon cancer, the researchers were able to use both the urine signal and the imaging agent to track how the tumors responded to treatment. The researchers also found that delivering copper-64 with their nanoparticles offers an advantage over the strategy that is typically used for PET imaging. The PET tracer, known as FDG, is a radioactive form of glucose that is taken up by metabolically active cells, including cancer cells. However, the heart generates a bright PET signal when exposed to FDG, and that signal can obscure weaker signals from nearby lung tumors. Using acid-sensitive nanoparticles to accumulate Copper-64 in the tumor environment provides a much clearer image of lung tumors, the researchers found. Toward cancer screening If approved for use in human patients, Bhatia envisions that this kind of diagnostic could be useful for evaluating how well patients respond to treatment, and for long-term monitoring of tumor recurrence or metastasis, especially for colon cancer. Those patients could be monitored with the urinary version of the test every six months, for instance. If the urine test is positive, they could follow up with a radioactive version of the same agent for an imaging study that could indicate where the disease had spread. We also believe the regulatory path may be accelerated with both modes of testing leveraging a single formulation, Bhatia says. In the longer term, she hopes that this technology could be used as part of a diagnostic workflow that could be given periodically to detect any kind of cancer. The vision is that you could use this in a screening paradigm alone or in conjunction with other tests and we could collectively reach patients that do not have access to costly screening infrastructure today, she says. Every year you could get a urine test as part of a general check-up. You would do an imaging study only if the urine test turns positive to then find out where the signal is coming from. We have a lot more work to do on the science to get there, but that's where we would like to go in the long run. Glympse Bio, a company co-founded by Bhatia, has performed phase 1 clinical trials of an earlier version of the urinary diagnostic particles and found them to be safe in patients.

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Nanotechnology in Medical Devices Market 2021 Size, Status and Business Outlook -Stryker Corporation, 3M Company, St. Jude Medical Inc., Affymetrix…

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Opening the gate to the next generation of information processing – Nanowerk

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Jul 14, 2021 (Nanowerk News) Many of us swing through gates every day points of entry and exit to a space like a garden, park or subway. Electronics have gates too. These control the flow of information from one place to another by means of an electrical signal. Unlike a garden gate, these gates require control of their opening and closing many times faster than the blink of an eye. Scientists at the U.S. Department of Energys (DOE) Argonne National Laboratory and the University of Chicagos Pritzker School of Molecular Engineering have devised a unique means of achieving effective gate operation with a form of information processing called electromagnonics (Physical Review Letters, "Coherent gate operations in hybrid magnonics"). Their pivotal discovery allows real-time control of information transfer between microwave photons and magnons. And it could result in a new generation of classical electronic and quantum signal devices that can be used in various applications such as signal switching, low-power computing and quantum networking. New method for information processing: The coherent information exchange (black undulating lines) between magnons (shaded red area) and microwave photons (shaded blue area) is controlled by turning an electric pulse on and off (square wave at bottom). (Image: Xufeng Zhang, Argonne National Laboratory.) Microwave photons are elementary particles forming the electromagnetic waves employed in, for example, wireless communications. Magnons are the particle-like representatives of spin waves. That is, wave-like disturbances in an ordered array of microscopically aligned spins that occur in certain magnetic materials. Many research groups are combining different types of information carriers for information processing, said Xufeng Zhang, assistant scientist in the Center for Nanoscale Materials, a DOE Office of Science User Facility at Argonne. Such hybrid systems would enable practical applications that are not possible with information carriers of a single type. Signal processing that couples spin waves and microwaves is a high-wire act, added Zhang. The signal must remain coherent despite energy dissipations and other outside effects threatening to throw the system into incoherence. Coherent gate operation (control over on, off and duration of the magnon-photon interaction) has been a long sought-after goal in hybrid magnonic systems. In principle, this can be achieved by rapid tuning of energy levels between the photon and magnon. However, such tuning has depended on changing the geometric configuration of the device. That typically requires much longer than the magnon lifetime on the order of 100 nanoseconds (one-hundred billionths of a second). This lack of a rapid tuning mechanism for interacting magnons and photons has made it impossible to achieve any real-time gating control. Using a novel method involving energy-level tuning, the team was able to rapidly switch between magnonic and photonic states over a period shorter than the magnon or photon lifetimes. This period is a mere 10 to 100 nanoseconds. We start by tuning the photon and magnon with an electric pulse so that they have the same energy level, said Zhang. Then, the information exchange starts between them and continues until the electric pulse is turned off, which shifts the energy level of the magnon away from that of the photon. By this mechanism, Zhang said, the team can control the flow of information so that it is all in the photon or all in the magnon or some place in between. This is made possible by a novel device design that allows nanosecond tuning of a magnetic field which controls the magnon energy level. This tunability allows the desired coherent gate operation. This research points to a new direction for electromagnonics. Most importantly, the demonstrated mechanism not only works in the classical electronics regime, but can also be readily applied for manipulating magnonic states in the quantum regime. This opens opportunities for electromagnonics-based signal processing in quantum computing, communications and sensing.

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Agricultural Nanotechnology Market 2021 By Company, Regions, Type, Application, Key Players and Forecast To 2027 The Courier – The Courier

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Crop Protection Soil Improvement Water Purification Plant Breeding Nanoparticles Production

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Farmers-Producers R&D Government Organizations

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Zyvex Starpharma Shenzhen Nanotech Port Quantum Sphere PEN Nanosys Nanophase Technologies NanoMaterials Technology Nanocyl Integran Technologies Hyperion Catalysis International Hybrid Plastics Espin Technologies Chasm Technologies Catalytic Materials

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Extensive Analysis of Nanotechnology in Dental Implants Competitive Growth, Trends, Share By Major Key Players | Zendesk, Intercom, Salesforce The…

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Introducing the world’s thinnest technology – only two atoms thick – Nanowerk

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Jun 30, 2021 (Nanowerk News) A scientific breakthrough: Researchers from Tel Aviv University have engineered the world's tiniest technology, with a thickness of only two atoms. According to the researchers, the new technology proposes a way for storing electric information in the thinnest unit known to science, in one of the most stable and inert materials in nature. The allowed quantum-mechanical electron tunneling through the atomically thin film may boost the information reading process much beyond current technologies. The research was performed by scientists from the Raymond and Beverly Sackler School of Physics and Astronomy and Raymond and Beverly Sackler School of Chemistry. The group includes Maayan Vizner Stern, Yuval Waschitz, Dr. Wei Cao, Dr. Iftach Nevo, Prof. Eran Sela, Prof. Michael Urbakh, Prof. Oded Hod, and Dr. Moshe Ben Shalom. The work is now published in Science magazine ("Interfacial ferroelectricity by van der Waals sliding"). "Our research stems from curiosity about the behavior of atoms and electrons in solid materials, which has generated many of the technologies supporting our modern way of life," says Dr. Ben Shalom. "We (and many other scientists) try to understand, predict, and even control the fascinating properties of these particles as they condense into an ordered structure that we call a crystal. At the heart of the computer, for example, lies a tiny crystalline device designed to switch between two states indicating different responses - "yes" or "no", "up" or "down" etc. Without this dichotomy - it is not possible to encode and process information. The practical challenge is to find a mechanism that would enable switching in a small, fast, and inexpensive device." Current state-of-the-art devices consist of tiny crystals that contain only about a million atoms (about a hundred atoms in height, width, and thickness) so that a million of these devices can be squeezed about a million times into the area of one coin, with each device switching at a speed of about a million times per second. Following the technological breakthrough, the researchers were able, for the first time, to reduce the thickness of the crystalline devices to two atoms only. Dr. Ben Shalom emphasizes that such a thin structure enables memories based on the quantum ability of electrons to hop quickly and efficiently through barriers that are just several atoms thick. Thus, it may significantly improve electronic devices in terms of speed, density, and energy consumption. In the study, the researchers used a two-dimensional material: one-atom-thick layers of boron and nitrogen, arranged in a repetitive hexagonal structure. In their experiment, they were able to break the symmetry of this crystal by artificially assembling two such layers. "In its natural three-dimensional state, this material is made up of a large number of layers placed on top of each other, with each layer rotated 180 degrees relative to its neighbors (antiparallel configuration)" says Dr. Ben Shalom. "In the lab, we were able to artificially stack the layers in a parallel configuration with no rotation, which hypothetically places atoms of the same kind in perfect overlap despite the strong repulsive force between them (resulting from their identical charges). In actual fact, however, the crystal prefers to slide one layer slightly in relation to the other, so that only half of each layer's atoms are in perfect overlap, and those that do overlap are of opposite charges - while all others are located above or below an empty space - the center of the hexagon. In this artificial stacking configuration the layers are quite distinct from one another. For example, if in the top layer only the boron atoms overlap, in the bottom layer it's the other way around." Dr. Ben Shalom also highlights the work of the theory team, who conducted numerous computer simulations "Together we established deep understanding of why the system's electrons arrange themselves just as we had measured in the lab. Thanks to this fundamental understanding, we expect fascinating responses in other symmetry-broken layered systems as well," he says. Maayan Wizner Stern, the PhD student who led the study, explains: "The symmetry breaking we created in the laboratory, which does not exist in the natural crystal, forces the electric charge to reorganize itself between the layers and generate a tiny internal electrical polarization perpendicular to the layer plane. When we apply an external electric field in the opposite direction the system slides laterally to switch the polarization orientation. The switched polarization remains stable even when the external field is shut down. In this the system is similar to thick three-dimensional ferroelectric systems, which are widely used in technology today." "The ability to force a crystalline and electronic arrangement in such a thin system, with unique polarization and inversion properties resulting from the weak Van der Waals forces between the layers, is not limited to the boron and nitrogen crystal," adds Dr. Ben Shalom. "We expect the same behaviors in many layered crystals with the right symmetry properties. The concept of interlayer sliding as an original and efficient way to control advanced electronic devices is very promising, and we have named it Slide-Tronics". Maayan Vizner Stern concludes: "We are excited about discovering what can happen in other states we force upon nature and predict that other structures that couple additional degrees of freedom are possible. We hope that miniaturization and flipping through sliding will improve today's electronic devices, and moreover, allow other original ways of controlling information in future devices. In addition to computer devices, we expect that this technology will contribute to detectors, energy storage and conversion, interaction with light, etc. Our challenge, as we see it, is to discover more crystals with new and slippery degrees of freedom."

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Stretching changes the electronic properties of graphene – Nanowerk

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Jun 29, 2021 (Nanowerk News) The electronic properties of graphene can be specifically modified by stretching the material evenly, say researchers at the University of Basel. These results (Communication Physics, "Global strain-induced scalar potential in graphene devices") open the door to the development of new types of electronic components. Graphene consists of a single layer of carbon atoms arranged in a hexagonal lattice. The material is very flexible and has excellent electronic properties, making it attractive for numerous applications electronic components in particular. Researchers led by Professor Christian Schnenberger at the Swiss Nanoscience Institute and the Department of Physics at the University of Basel have now studied how the materials electronic properties can be manipulated by mechanical stretching. In order to do this, they developed a kind of rack by which they stretch the atomically thin graphene layer in a controlled manner, while measuring its electronic properties. Sandwiches on the rack The scientists first prepared a sandwich comprising a layer of graphene between two layers of boron nitride. This stack of layers, furnished with electrical contacts, was placed on a flexible substrate. The researchers then applied a force to the center of the sandwich from below using a wedge. This enabled us to bend the stack in a controlled way, and to elongate the entire graphene layer, explained lead author Dr. Lujun Wang. Stretching the graphene allowed us to specifically change the distance between the carbon atoms, and thus their binding energy, added Dr. Andreas Baumgartner, who supervised the experiment. Altered electronic states The researchers first calibrated the stretching of the graphene using optical methods. They then used electrical transport measurements to study how the deformation of the graphene changes the electronic energies. The measurements need to be performed at minus 269 C for the energy changes to become visible. The distance between the atomic nuclei directly influences the properties of the electronic states in graphene, said Baumgartner, summarizing the results. With uniform stretching, only the electron velocity and energy can change. The energy change is essentially the scalar potential predicted by theory, which we have now been able to demonstrate experimentally. These results could lead, for example, to the development of new sensors or new types of transistors. In addition, graphene serves as a model system for other two-dimensional materials that have become an important research topic worldwide in recent years.

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Nanotechnology in Medical Market is Anticipated to Record the Rapid Growth and Prominent Players Analysis Niagara News – Niagara News

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FDA Proposes Risk-Based And Remote Inspection Strategies In New Report – Food, Drugs, Healthcare, Life Sciences – United States – Mondaq News Alerts

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On May 5, 2021, the U.S. Food and Drug Administration (FDA) issued a much-anticipated report, "Resiliency Roadmap for FDA Inspectional Oversight," which provides a roadmap for the agency's post-pandemic plans to return to a consistent state of inspection operations. For the near term, FDA reports that it will continue to prioritize critical inspections of both domestic and foreign facilities, including preapproval inspections for priority products and inspections in reaction to recalls or other safety issues. For the long term, the agency likely will employ the remote monitoring strategies it has implemented during the pandemic and expand its remote data collection capabilities to preserve resources and curb in-person inspections.

The FDA report sets forth FDA's system of prioritization going forward, its plans to return to pre-pandemic operational level of inspection activities, and broad commitments to innovation.

Continued Reliance on Prioritization. FDA will continue to use a risk-based prioritization strategy in order to allocate its limited resources and ensure workforce safety going forward. FDA supplied a detailed look into its system of prioritization by regulated product in the following table:

A Commitment to Stay Agile. As evidence of its successful shift to remote monitoring activities, FDA cited over 1,300 record requests to human and animal drug and biologic manufacturers during the past year and that were crucial to making on-time regulatory decisions.

A Transition Plan. FDA set forth three plans to transition to pre-pandemic levels of inspectional activities based on the general trajectory of the pandemic, contemplating base-, best-, and worse-case scenarios:

However, note that, in all scenarios FDA estimated that foreign surveillance inspections conducted by inspectors traveling from the U.S. would not be achievable before September 2021. Until then, foreign inspections will continue to rely on FDA's foreign offices.

Harnessing Data. Additionally, FDA also announced a years-long plan to invest in and modernize its data enterprise platforms and cross-program interoperability infrastructure to inform its regulatory oversight role and use of inspections.

FDA Inspections During the COVID-19 Pandemic

Mission Critical Inspections. At the outset of the pandemic, FDA paused all domestic and foreign routine surveillance facility inspections unless they were "mission-critical." Mission critical inspections included pre-approval inspections for products that had received breakthrough therapy designation or regenerative medicine advanced therapy designation, products for serious conditions for which there is no other appropriate substitute, inspections relating to FDA's COVID-19 response (e.g., drug shortages), and inspections in response to recalls or serious adverse events. From March 2020 through March 2021, FDA conducted a total of 821 mission-critical inspections, including 29 in foreign countries.

Prioritized Domestic Inspections. In July 2020, FDA resumed "prioritized domestic inspections" using its COVID-19 Advisory Rating. To determine inspection priority, FDA considered whether the inspection was a follow-up to previous violations, required to support an otherwise straight-forward product approval decision, or otherwise considered high-risk under statutory inspection frequency mandates (previously reported on here). From March 2020 to March 2021, FDA conducted a total of 777 prioritized domestic inspections-mostly in the human food and human drug space.

Limited Foreign Inspections. During the pandemic, FDA's foreign-strategy focused on mission-critical inspections. FDA cited the challenges inherent in planning foreign versus domestic work, including coordination with the U.S. Department of State training and clearance processes, as well as additional country-specific restrictions. However, FDA's limited staff it its foreign offices were able to execute some inspections during the pandemic. For example, FDA's China office conducted 23 surveillance and 8 for-cause compliance follow-up inspections between October 2020 and March 2021.

Other Adaptations. To conduct mission critical and prioritized inspections, FDA adapted its routine in-person procedures by providing records and information requests in advance or in lieu of certain in-person inspections, expanding its remote monitoring activities (as previously reported here), sharing information with foreign regulatory partners, and enhanced sampling and monitoring at the US border.

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Nanotechnology in Agriculture Market 2021 by Key Players, Regions, Type and Application, Forecast to 2027 (Based on COVID-19 Impact Analysis) KSU |…

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Chapter Five: Sights by Application

Chapter Six: Sights by Region

Chapter Seven: Players Profiles

Chapter Eight: Conclusion

Chapter Nine: Appendix

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9.3 Disclaimer

List of Table and Figure Table 1. Nanotechnology in Agriculture Market Opportunities & Trends in Global Market

Table 2. Nanotechnology in Agriculture Market Drivers in Global Market

Table 3. Nanotechnology in Agriculture Market Restraints in Global Market

Table 4. Key Players of Nanotechnology in Agriculture in Global Market

Table 5. Top Nanotechnology in Agriculture Players in Global Market, Ranking by Revenue (2019)

Table 6. Global Nanotechnology in Agriculture Revenue by Companies, (US$, Mn), 2016-2021

Table 7. Global Nanotechnology in Agriculture Revenue Share by Companies, 2016-2021

Table 8. Global Companies Nanotechnology in Agriculture Product Type

Table 9. List of Global Tier 1 Nanotechnology in Agriculture Companies, Revenue (US$, Mn) in 2020 and Market Share

Table 10. List of Global Tier 2 and Tier 3 Nanotechnology in Agriculture Companies, Revenue (US$, Mn) in 2020 and Market Share

Table 11. By Type Global Nanotechnology in Agriculture Revenue, (US$, Mn), 2021 VS 2027

Table 12. By Type Nanotechnology in Agriculture Revenue in Global (US$, Mn), 2016-2021

Table 13. By Type Nanotechnology in Agriculture Revenue in Global (US$, Mn), 2022-2027

Table 14. By Application Global Nanotechnology in Agriculture Revenue, (US$, Mn), 2021 VS 2027

Table 15. By Application Nanotechnology in Agriculture Revenue in Global (US$, Mn), 2016-2021

Table 16. By Application Nanotechnology in Agriculture Revenue in Global (US$, Mn), 2022-2027

Table 17. By Region Global Nanotechnology in Agriculture Revenue, (US$, Mn), 2021 VS 2027

Table 18. By Region Global Nanotechnology in Agriculture Revenue (US$, Mn), 2016-2021

Table 19. By Region Global Nanotechnology in Agriculture Revenue (US$, Mn), 2022-2027

Table 20. By Country North America Nanotechnology in Agriculture Revenue, (US$, Mn), 2016-2021

Table 21. By Country North America Nanotechnology in Agriculture Revenue, (US$, Mn), 2022-2027

Table 22. By Country Europe Nanotechnology in Agriculture Revenue, (US$, Mn), 2016-2021

Table 23. By Country Europe Nanotechnology in Agriculture Revenue, (US$, Mn), 2022-2027

Table 24. By Region Asia Nanotechnology in Agriculture Revenue, (US$, Mn), 2016-2021 continued

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