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Global Super-resolution Microscopes Market (2021 to 2026) – by Technology, Application, End-user and Geography – ResearchAndMarkets.com – Business…

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DUBLIN--(BUSINESS WIRE)--The "Global Super-resolution Microscopes Market (2021-2026) by Technology, Application, End-user, Geography, Competitive Analysis and the Impact of COVID-19 with Ansoff Analysis" report has been added to ResearchAndMarkets.com's offering.

The Global Super-resolution Microscopes Market is estimated to be USD 3.17 Bn in 2021 and is expected to reach USD 4.92 Bn by 2026, growing at a CAGR of 9.2%.

Key factors, such as technological advancements, the rise in research activities in neurology and cell biology, the rising applications in the life science industry, increasing focus on nanotechnology and developing government support will help in boosting the growth of the market. Corporate funding for microscopy and increasing focus on nanotechnology are the opportunities of super resolution microscope market.

Reduction in the production and stock due to COVID-19 pandemic is a major challenge to the growth of this market.

Recent Developments

1. JEOL Ltd. announces the release of a new cold field emission cryo-electron microscope (cryo-EM), the CRYO ARMT 300 II (JEM-3300), to be released in January 2021. This new cryo-EM has been developed based on the concept of 'Quick and easy to operate and get high-contrast and high-resolution images'. - 22nd January 2021

2. JEOL Ltd. has acquired Integrated Dynamic Electron Solutions, Inc. an entrepreneurial venture specialized in technologies related to transmission electron microscopy. - 17th January 2020

3. Nikon Instruments Inc., innovator of advanced microscope systems has announced the release of the ECLIPSE Ei educational microscope, designed for intuitive operation and an improved learning experience. - 17th November 2020

Company Profiles

Some of the companies covered in this report are JEOL Ltd., Olympus Inc., Nikon Corporation, Leica Microsystems, Applied Precision (GE Healthcare), Hitachi High Tech Corporation, GE LifeSciences, Bruker Corporation, Carl Zeiss AG, FEI Company, and Active Motif.

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The report includes a Competitive Quadrant, a proprietary tool to analyze and evaluate the position of companies based on their Industry Position score and Market Performance score. The tool uses various factors for categorizing the players into four categories. Some of these factors considered for analysis are financial performance over the last 3 years, growth strategies, innovation score, new product launches, investments, growth in market share, etc.

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Massive Growth in Nanotechnology-based Medical Devices Market by Forecast to 2026 | 3M, Dentsply International, Mitsui Chemicals, Stryker The Courier…

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Nanotechnology-based Medical Devices Market report is to provide accurate and strategic analysis of the Profile Projectors industry. The report closely examines each segment and its sub-segment futures before looking at the 360-degree view of the market mentioned above. Market forecasts will provide deep insight into industry parameters by accessing growth, consumption, upcoming market trends and various price fluctuations.

Global Nanotechnology-based Medical Devices Market research reports growth rates and market value based on market dynamics, growth factors. Complete knowledge is based on the latest innovations in the industry, opportunities and trends. In addition to SWOT analysis by key suppliers, the report contains a comprehensive market analysis and major players landscape.

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It enumerates the financial aspects of the businesses such as profit margin, gross margin, market shares, and pricing structures. Business profiles of several top-level industries have been examined to get a clear idea about the successful strategies followed by them. The report is rich with illustrations like infographics, charts, tables, and pictures to generate a strong footing for detailed analysis of recent trends and technological advancements in the Global Nanotechnology-based Medical Devices Market.

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Chapter 1 Global Nanotechnology-based Medical Devices Market Overview

Chapter 2 Global Economic Impact on Industry

Chapter 3 Global Nanotechnology-based Medical Devices Market Competition by Companies

Chapter 4 Global Production, Revenue (Value) by Region

Chapter 5 Global Supply (Production), Consumption, Export, Import by Regions

Chapter 6 Global Production, Revenue (Value), Price Trend by Type

Chapter 7 Global Nanotechnology-based Medical Devices Market Analysis by Application

Chapter 8 Cost Analysis

Chapter 9 Industrial Chain, Sourcing Strategy and Downstream Buyers

Chapter 10 Marketing Strategy Analysis, Distributors/Traders

Chapter 11 Global Nanotechnology-based Medical Devices Market Effect Factors Analysis

Chapter 12 Global Nanotechnology-based Medical Devices Market Forecast

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Role of nanotechnology behind the success of mRNA vaccines for COVID-19 – DocWire News

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Nano Today. 2021 Mar 26:101142. doi: 10.1016/j.nantod.2021.101142. Online ahead of print.

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The emergency use authorization (EUA) by the US-FDA for two mRNA-based vaccines BNT162b2 (Pfizer-BioNTech) and mRNA-1273 (Moderna) has brought hope of addressing the COVID-19 pandemic which has killed more than 2 million people globally. Nanotechnology has played a significant role in the success of these vaccines. Nanoparticles (NPs) aid in improving stability by protecting the encapsulated mRNA from ribonucleases and facilitate delivery of intact mRNA to the target site. The overwhelming success of these two mRNA based vaccines with ~95% efficacy in phase 3 clinical trials can be attributed to their unique nanocarrier, the lipid nanoparticles (LNPs). LNPs are unique compared with bilayered liposomes and provide improved stability of the cargo, possess rigid morphology, and aid in better cellular penetration. This EUA is a major milestone and showcases the immense potential of nanotechnology for vaccine delivery and for fighting against future pandemics. Currently, these two vaccines are aiding in the alleviation of the COVID-19 health crisis and demonstrate the potential utility of nanomedicine for tackling health problems at the global level.

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Nanotech increasing pace of development in Iran – Tehran Times

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TEHRAN Nanotechnologys trend of development is growing in Iran, as the number of nanoproducts and equipment developed in the previous [Iranian calendar] year (March 20) increased to 750, compared with 647 a year before.

Some 223 product manufacturing companies and 59 equipment manufacturing companies are active in the field of nanotechnology and by the end of last year, which developed a total of 750 products and equipment.

Of the 750 products and equipment registered in the nanotechnology product database, 535 were related to nano-products and 215 were related to nano-equipment, both of which have experienced a growing trend over the past few years, although nano-products have grown more significantly.

The field of civil engineering and construction with 20 percent had the largest share among nano products and equipment, followed by medicine, health and industrial services and supplies each with 13 percent.

Iran among five pioneers of nanotechnology

Iran has been introduced as the 4th leading country in the world in the field of nanotechnology, publishing 11,546 scientific articles in 2020.

The country held a 6 percent share of the worlds total nanotechnology articles, according to StatNano's monthly evaluation accomplished in WoS databases.

Iran ranked 43rd among the 100 most vibrant clusters of science and technology (S&T) worldwide for the third consecutive year, according to the Global Innovation Index (GII) 2020 report.

The country experienced a three-level improvement compared to 2019.

Sourena Sattari, vice president for science and technology, has said that Iran is playing the leading role in the region in the fields of fintech, ICT, stem cell, aerospace, and is unrivaled in artificial intelligence.

Iranian nanotechnology companies have increased sales by 100 percent over the Iranian calendar year 1398 (March 2019-March 2020), and it is predicted that their revenue will reach up to 80 trillion rials (nearly $1.9 billion at the official rate of 42,000 rials), Sattari announced.

Knowledge-based companies

Currently, over 5,700 knowledge-based companies are active in the country, manufacturing diverse products to meet the needs of the domestic market while saving large amounts of foreign currency.

The fields of aircraft maintenance, steel, pharmaceuticals, and medical equipment, oil, and gas are among the sectors that researchers in technology companies have engaged in, leading to import reduction.

Sattari told the Tehran Times in October 2020 that U.S. sanctions caused exports of knowledge-based companies to decline three years ago, however, it has returned to growth and is projected to reach the pre-sanctions level of more than $1 billion by the end of the current [Iranian calendar] year (March 20, 2021).

Fortunately, last year, companies achieved a record sale of 1.2 quadrillion rials (nearly $28.5 billion), which is expected to increase by 40 percent this year.

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Tech Tattoos. Nanotechnology at the tip of your | by Catherine Rasgaitis | Apr, 2021 | Medium – Medium

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The worlds first tattoos happened on accident, when prehistoric cavemen unintentionally got fire ashes embedded into skin wounds. The cavemen, deciding that they liked the way it looked, eventually began doing it on purpose. Sometimes, they would engrain the soot in their skin with the help of bone needles or clay disks.

Centuries into the future, tattoos would take on a variety of new purposes in different communities. In Japan, tattoos would be used as a punishment for criminals and social outcasts. At the same time, other cultures would celebrate tattoos for religious or ritualistic purposes, modifying the body as a tribute to a god. Later, as technology became more efficient, tattoos would become common among people who worked as circus attractions, sharing the stories of what their body art meant and how they got it.

Today, much like the mix of purposes of tattoos in the past, there exists a mix of connotations on tattoos today. Some view body art as telling a personal story while others continue to believe they represent shame or disgrace. (Negative outlooks on body art likely stem from the popularity of tattoos as a gang symbol.)

But, thanks to improvements in the nanotechnology sector, the introduction of electronic tattoos is changing the role of tattoos altogether, giving them a new practical purpose.

Additionally, unlike the traditional tattoo, electronic tattoos are temporary tattoos, much like the stick-on, wash-off tattoos you see at a minimart.

The most useful applications of the tech tattoo tackle challenges in medicine. This is because tech tattoos have the ability to provide real-time information about the wearers health by assessing the activity of muscle and nerve cells on the skin.

Professor Yael Hanenin of Tel Aviv Universitys Center for Nanoscience and Nanotechnology did just that to create an alternative to electromyography. Electromyography is an extremely uncomfortable operation that is used to determine the health of a patients cells. A common way of performing electromyography calls for the patient to lie down and refrain from moving, all while a needle is stuck into a sample of their muscle tissue. The needle is used to monitor activity in the cells.

Professor Hanenins device removes the need for this unpleasant procedure. The new tech tattoo uses a carbon electrode with an adhesive exterior that sticks to the skin. The surface coating is also smooth and conductive so it doesnt irritate the skin and it helps amplify the carbon electrodes abilities.

The electrode works by recording the muscles changes which lets health professionals monitor patients with neurodegenerative diseases, supplement rehabilitation efforts to improve muscle control, and even give amputees the ability to move artificial limbs with other muscles.

This tattoo also has the unique ability to map the wearers emotions by recognizing facial expressions based on the face muscles electric signals. For example, the tattoo can tell if a persons smile is genuine or fake.

Another type of tech tattoo takes on a different approach, using specially equipped inks to detect processes in the body. Dermal Abyss, a collaborative project between MIT and Harvard Medical School, is a tattoo concept that uses biosensors that change color when changes occur in interstitial fluids.

Dermal Abyss explored four different biosensors (a glucose sensor, a sodium sensor, and two different pH sensors) that respond to biochemical fluctuations in the body.

In the same way that the carbon electrode tattoo could replace the need for electromyography, projects like Dermal Abyss could take on struggles of diabetics who must constantly observe their glucose levels.

With the glucose biosensor, a diabetic can simply check a Dermal Abyss tattoo, and depending on whether the tattoo is pink or purple, they can determine their need for insulin.

Molecular nanotechnology researcher Carson Bruns also proposed a similar smart tattoo focusing on skin cancer. Bruns tattoo works by staying invisible until it is exposed to unhealthy levels of UV light or heat. If the wearer is able to see their tattoo turn invisible to a bright blue color, its a signal to wear apply sunscreen or get out of the sun. The tattoo will fade away again once the wearer is safe. This technology can help prevent serious ailments, such as melanoma.

Beyond these reputable applications though, other tech tattoos have more light hearted goals. MIT also partnered with Microsoft to create DuoSkin, a new type of tattoo that focuses on letting the user interact with their mobile devices and store or display information through an on-skin interface.

The DuoSkin tattoo resembles a trackpad that communicates with a device wirelessly. To do this, DuoSkin communicates through NFC (Near Field Communication). The NFC is based on a chip connecting to a coil that is customized to the tattoos design. DuoSkins signature metallic designs themselves are aimed to resemble jewelry and celebrate modern fashion trends.

In summary, tech tattoos bring a new perspective to how we look at body art. Perhaps tattoos arent skin-deep after all!

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Global Nanotechnology in Water Treatment Market -Forecast and Analysis (2020-2027) SoccerNurds – SoccerNurds

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Global Nanotechnology in Water Treatment Market . 2019 has been considered as base year to estimate the market and same is forecasted through 2021 to 2026 by giving special focus and different treatment to 2020. The report forecast that by value Nanotechnology in Water Treatment market will touch USD XX Bn. by 2026. The report has covered the market drivers, restraints and fluctuations in demand in different countries by region with special focus on demand and supply from China, India, Taiwan in Asia and USA, France, UK, Russia in western countries. Government regulations, different governments special incentives and trade agreements in countries are going to have moderate impact on the demand and supply on Nanotechnology in Water Treatment market.

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Global Nanotechnology in Water Treatment Market Major Players

Lanxess Aktiengesellschaft ItN Nanovation AG, Enel Spa. Nanosys QD Vision Arkema 10Angstroms 10x MicroStructures 10x Technology Inc 3M 3rd Millennium Inc 3rdTech Inc Calgon Carbon Corporation Danaher Corporation Best Water Technology AG Honeywell International Inc. Pentair Inc. Ashland Hercules Flowserve Corporation Nalco Grundfos ITT Corporation Emerson Dresser KITZ Corporation Kirloskar Ebara Kemira.

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The report has profiled key players in the market by their size and presence by regions. Since, there are limitation to profile all the kay player, representation is given to companies by region, sales revenue, expenditure on technology, expansion plans, investments received, involved in M&A.

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Global Precision Machine Tools Market 2021 Industry Outlook Fives, Moore Nanotechnology Systems, Hardinge, Inc The Bisouv Network – The Bisouv…

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California Nanotechnologies Issues Update on Activity in Thermoelectric Markets and PPP Loans – IT News Online

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California Nanotechnologies Issues Update on Activity in Thermoelectric Markets and PPP Loans ACCESSWIRE 2021-02-18

LOS ANGELES, CA / ACCESSWIRE / February 18, 2021 / California Nanotechnologies Corp. ("Cal Nano" or the "Company") is pleased to announce an update on the current development work with a customer that is a leader in the thermoelectric industry as well as an update on the status of its loan under the Paycheck Protection Program ("PPP").

Thermoplastics Update

Cal Nano has been working with a customer that is a technology leader focused on converting waste heat into electric power at an industrial scale.

There are a variety of technological challenges in enhancing the commerciality of thermoelectric technology. "Cal Nano is using its expertise in spark plasma sintering ("SPS") technology to create a thermoelectric product that can outperform materials processed with conventional sintering. SPS Technology could allow for a drastic performance improvement compared to the current thermoelectric devices, opening the technology up to a wider market. The current R&D program continues to progress and results from the initial samples created by Cal Nano have been promising." stated CEO Eric Eyerman.

The customer is currently evaluating the initial R&D samples. The customer is considering its next steps, which could include additional R&D work or moving to prototyping of commercial products.

"While we still have much work to do to move to the commercial stage, we believe that our technology has the potential to enhance the performance of new-economy thermoelectric processes" said Eric Eyerman. "We expect to have an update on our progress in the coming months. We continue to work with a variety of other customers on new applications for our nanotechnology products."

PPP Loan Update

In 2020, the Company applied for and received loan proceeds under the PPP and entered into a loan agreement with Manufacturers Bank pursuant to the PPP. The PPP was established as part of the Coronavirus Aid, Relief and Economic Security Act in order to enable small businesses to pay employees during the economic slowdown caused by COVID-19 by providing forgivable loans to qualifying businesses for up to 2.5 times their average monthly payroll costs. The amount borrowed by the Company under the PPP is eligible to be forgiven in certain circumstances. Cal Nano believes that it has met the criteria for loan forgiveness and is now in the process of applying for forgiveness of the PPP loan.

The Company would also like to announce that is in the process of applying for the 2nd round of PPP funding that was established as part of the Consolidated Appropriations Act in order to enable small businesses to pay employees during the economic slowdown caused by COVID-19 by providing forgivable loans to qualifying businesses. Any amount borrowed by the Company under the second PPP round is eligible to be forgiven per the same requirements as the first round of PPP.

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North America Europe Asia-Pacific South America Middle East & Africa Global Nanotechnology in Water Treatment Market Major Players

Lanxess Aktiengesellschaft ItN Nanovation AG, Enel Spa. Nanosys QD Vision Arkema 10Angstroms 10x MicroStructures 10x Technology Inc 3M 3rd Millennium Inc 3rdTech Inc Calgon Carbon Corporation Danaher Corporation Best Water Technology AG Honeywell International Inc. Pentair Inc. Ashland Hercules Flowserve Corporation Nalco Grundfos ITT Corporation Emerson Dresser KITZ Corporation Kirloskar Ebara Kemira.

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I have to admit Ive heard of nanotechnology but couldnt define it if asked. In short, its the ability to manipulate and build things on the scale of atoms and moleculeswhen you do this, interesting new physics can appear. If youre wondering how small a nanometer is, there are 25.4 million nanometers in one inch. If youre wondering how nanotechnology applies to you, scientists are using it to make materials and devices lighter, stronger, more reactive, more durable, and of course smaller.

One of those scientists is Baratunde Cola, Ph.D. As founder and CEO of Carbice Corporation, there isnt much his ingenuity wont impact, including the phone you are likely reading this story on. I had a chance to get his thoughts on nanotechnology, time management, rethinking diversity, how Georgia supports entrepreneurs, and how a common thread in his professional and personal life, has been heat. Yes, heat.

Chaka Booker: What does Carbice do?

Baratunde Cola: Every electronic device produces heat as a byproduct and that makes them more expensive, not last as long, and less functional. There aren't many good heat conducting materials in the world. It's hard to have something that gets the heat out and is cost effective during manufacturing. We solve that problem. With nanotechnology we help electronic device packagers make things that perform really well. From satellite radio to coffee makers to cloud computing. We give people the highest capability to dissipate heat and manage thermals at the lowest product costs.

Booker: How is nanotechnology shaping the future?

Cola: Like the silicon chip, without which we wouldnt have the internet or CPUsnanotechnology is the next evolution. It's the ability to put atoms where we want them. Before you took atoms where they were, and you used them. Now we can design them from the bottom up and create new physics. What that means, practically, is that nanotechnology will do for this century what silicon architecture did for the last century, which is huge.

Booker: How should entrepreneurs think about that future?

Cola: Keep an eye on hardware. We've gone through decades of software focus, but hardware enables the software to do more. Hardware is materials. The new competitive advantage is going to be materials. That's where nanotechnology comes in. It's going to disrupt what you can do with materials. It's going to disrupt things like AI, computing, big dataall of that is driven on new hardware.

Booker: Your company recently closed a $15 million series A funding round. What did you learn from that process that would help other entrepreneurs?

Cola: In a nutshell, trust yourself and stay authentic. Despite adversity, despite things making you feel you need to change. When fundraising, find people that appreciate you for who you are. Investors will invest in whatever they want. You can either conform to what other people tell you or you can focus on finding people that like what you like. That can be harder because sometimes they're hidden. Especially in materials because they take a long time, and the sales process can be difficult and long. So, I had to find people that really like investing in the same thing Im interested in.

Booker: Sounds like trial and error and persistence.

Cola: You have to talk to people you think are the right fitand then you're going to be wrong. Those lessons take you to the next person. And the next. And you're probably still not a fit there. Every time, it's listening to what they understood, misunderstood, and adjusting for the next conversation.

Booker: What have been sources of support along the way?

Cola: To build a company, you must build a community around you. I came to Georgia because of things like the Georgia Research Alliance, the Advanced Technology Development Center, and the Georgia Centers of Innovation. Resources like that connected us to what we need to de-risk important parts of our business. For example, you can make these materials all you want, but the EPA regulates nanotechnology. The Centers of Innovation, which is a division of the Georgia Department of Economic Development, helped us get through the EPA qualifications and certifications. This whole Georgia ecosystem has wrapped us in a big hug.

Booker: Whats been most helpful about this community?

Cola: There is so much in terms of human resources, connections to information, access to non-dilutive funding in collaboration with Georgia Tech, which allowed us to get EPA certification. Our business is to help our customers solve their hard thermal challenges and realize their product goals. That is where we want to spend our primary resources. The Centers of Innovation allowed us to stay focused and meet a critical business need.

Booker: You are a CEO, professor, faculty athletics representative, father, board member. What tips do you have for managing time?

Cola: This might not be something people want to hearbut you have to start practicing doing a lot of things early in your life. By now I'm pretty good at compartmentalizing my focus and spending a hard 30 minutes doing something, taking a break and spending a hard 30 minutes doing something else. But theres also the reality that my wife's upset with me as we speak because I came home late and the kids are late for an appointment now. Time management will never be perfect and that is okay.

Booker: Two other facets have influenced you. You're a Black man and a former athlete. How have those elements shaped you as a scientist and as an entrepreneur?

Cola: I grew up in Pensacola with a father from the Bronx and Ive seen and experienced a lot of stuff. As an entrepreneur, there's not much that can rattle me. That comes from what I've experienced through sports and some hard times. I'm very grateful for everything. People can say things to me in an investor pitch that would make someone else cry. But I'm just going to take notes the whole time and come back better. The other thing is creativity. People don't think about athletes that way, but to be a top performer, you learn how to deal with a broken play and still drive a great outcome. Those aspects of my life are competitive advantages. I'm very appreciative of my personal story and background because its given me exactly what I need to be successful as an entrepreneur.

Booker: Along the way, youve built a very diverse company. How did you accomplish that?

Cola: I don't really focus on building a diverse team. I think about it differently. You have to unpack the root cause of things.I'm a scientist, so I try to get down to the singular thing that drives the issue. The challenge in America is not diversity. The challenge is the legacy of Black slavery and the lasting economic impacts. Diversity and a lot of issues derive from that. To solve problems, you have to isolate it down to that. The problem of diversity in corporate America is the problem of exclusion of excellence. So, I focus on building the most excellent team from the things and people I have access to. Since, from my personal experiences, I don't have an exclusionary network or mindset, what comes to me is organic. My CTO comes to me organically and he happens to be African American. A gut check for anyone that wants to build a diverse organization is to ask themselves what about them is creating an exclusionary environment? Who's in your circle? How can you expand yourself? How curious are you about other people and cultures? You want your circle so wide that you're able to tap the excellence out of everything.

Booker: How do you get to that point?

Cola: It requires an open mind. What type of books do you read? Who do you take advice from? What movies do you watch? In the business environment, you have to understand you're never going to find the perfect person. Instead, you want to build a culture that brings the best out of the people you bring in. I've been able to focus on culture and that pulls in the type of people I need to do the things they do. And that drove diversity.

Booker: What advice do you have for other entrepreneurs of color?

Cola: Embrace your history. Don't hide from Black slavery. Don't hide from Jim Crow. Make that story a powerful story because it is a powerful story. It is one of resilience. I think you have to almost create a superhero narrative in your mind. Figure out how to take everything in your story and make it a positive you can leverage. I had a football coach and every day of practice he would say, Pray for heat. Pray for heat. Because you get stronger in the heat. Take the heat of history and turn it to a positive. It is easy to say that but hard to live it, because of the emotions. When you feel those emotions, use them too. When I was feeling that way recently, I took my family to the National Memorial for Peace and Justice in Montgomery. I told my children what I am telling you. Take that history and turn it from anger or shame, into power. That is the key.

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3 ways nanotechnology can improve tomorrow’s cars – Automotive News

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With emissions reduction regulations and the popularity of electric vehicles at an all-time high, automakers are under tremendous pressure to make their internal combustion engine vehicles more fuel efficient and raise the performance of their EVs. This means they are having to look at every possible aspect of a vehicle to help it meet green regulations and consumer desires.

For example, by using nanotechnology-powered glass such as suspended particle device, or SPD, variable light transmission glass in sunroofs instead of the bulky sliding overhead panel we are all familiar with, automakers have been able to provide additional headroom for passengers without having to compromise driving stability and safety by raising the center of gravity in cars and utilities. One automaker has publicly calculated that the use of SPD smart glass can eliminate the need for 54 components in their panoramic sunroofs and reduce weight in the roof by 13 pounds.

Another automaker has calculated that this technology can reduce cabin temperature by 18 degrees without using air conditioning. This not only allows automakers to reduce weight and add space by reducing the size of air conditioning compressors by 40 percent but also reduces CO2 emissions by up to 4 grams per kilometer and increases the driving range of electric vehicles by 5.5 percent.

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Where does nanotechnology fit in the ingredients equation? – FOOD Magazine – Australia

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Up until 20 years ago, not much was happening in the field of nano technology as it related to food and beverages. However, in the past 15 to 20 years there have been a number of academic papers published, as well as references made, with regard to the technology and how it can be applied to this industry.

In the December issue of Food & Beverage Industry News, Dr Julian McClements distinguished professor at Department of Food Science at the University of Massachusetts, adjunct professor, School of Food Science and Bioengineering at Zhejaing Gongshang Uni, China, and visiting professor, Harvard University, talked about the future of food. And part of that future included nanotechnology.

While the idea of nanotechnology in food is exciting, there are many facets that have yet to be discovered and it is important that when delving into nano technology in this arena that proper research and development is carried out.

Nanoparticles are a key ingredient to nanotechnology, but what are they?

If you look at something like a pumpkin, and you were standing on the moon and looking at the Earth and I held the pumpkin up in my garden, you wouldnt see it because the pumpkin is very tiny compared to the Earth, said McClements. It is about 10 million times smaller. Now, if you compare a nanoparticle to the pumpkin, it is 10 million times smaller than a pumpkin. That gives you an idea of just how tiny nano particles are. But what is incredible is that even though they are that small, we can still fabricate them, characterise them and still use them for different functional purposes.

There are several types of nanoparticles that are available in food. Organic nanoparticles can be made out of fats of lipids, or surfactant micelles that are found in milk. They can be made out of proteins, like casein micelles., or they can be made out of carbohydrates like nano starch. They can be found in nature or they can be made and can be used for different functional purposes to change the texture or bioviability of ingredients.

According to McClements, often when the idea of nanotechnology in foods is brought up, some people think they will have a negative impact on the food chain. However, nature has been putting nanoparticles in food for millions of years.

If you look at breast milk from a mother or milk from cows, they have casein micelles in them and those casein micelles are 50 to 500nm, said McClements. And they are micelles that nature has created to incorporate proteins, phosphates and calcium in a form that can get digested in your body quickly and release all these nutrients and feed the growing infant. Just because something is a growing nanoparticle doesnt mean its dangerous. You can also get other kinds of nanoparticles like oil bodies in oil seeds. Things like soy beans. If you look inside soy beans they have tiny nanoparticles in there that are like parts surrounded by proteins and these can be in the nano range as well.

Alternatively, it is possible to engineer nanoparticles. McClements gives the example of where he grew up in Northern England where there is a titanium dioxide factory near the house where he lived. They made tiny titanium dioxide particles, which were about the same size as a wavelength of light so they scatter the light strongly and they had a very high refracted index that made them good light gatherers.

If you look at the paint on my wall, the white paint has got a lot of titanium dioxide in it to make it look bright, he said. We put the same particles in foods. A lot of foods, like chewing gum, or bakery products, or the dust you get on doughnuts, has got titanium dioxide in it to make it look white and bright. If you are a food manufacturer you might potentially make these nanoparticles, or they might just occur in the product unintentionally. You didnt mean to make them, but the process you use means they end up in your food. When you are making engineered nanoparticles, are trying to do in the food industry is to create some novel effects in our foods, or we are trying to improve food quality, or safety or the nutritional properties of food?

Why use nanoparticles?

An important attribute of nanoparticles if that they are of a very small size. It is possible to take a regular food ingredient and shrink it down to the nano size where it will behave very differently to a normal food ingredient. For example, if a manufacturer is trying to deliver a bioactive component to the human body. If its small enough, it can penetrate through the mucus layer and through epithelial cells and be absorbed into the body, whereas a larger particle would be incapable of achieving such a feat.

This is because the pores in the mucus layer that enclose our intestinal tract are about 400nm. If the particle is small enough it will get through, said McClements. The same with things like microbial cells. They are covered by a coating and if you can get them small enough they can get through. That is one reason you might use nanoparticles in food.

Another characteristic of nanoparticles is the high surface area. If there is a given mass of a material and a manufacturer makes it smaller and smaller, then the surface area increases. That can change the behaviour of the food.

In foods there are a lot of things that happen at the interfaces, said McClements. For example, lipid oxidation in a lot of food products happens at the water/oil interface, or lipid digestion happens there. As you increase the interface, you increase the lipid oxidation, or lipid digestion. In some cases that is good, in other cases it can be detrimental.

If you look at the molecular interaction of a molecule the surface of a material theyre different from the interactions with a normal material. For example, the melting point or the boiling point or the density and chemical reality of the molecule changes as the surface does. If we make things smaller and smaller, we can change the surface chemistry and the way these particles behave.

Enhancing food supply

Now that nanoparticles are used in food, how can a food manufacturer employ them into their production line and what are some of the benefits.One of the ways is to make food ingredients invisible, which sounds weird, said McClements. Say you wanted to make a transparent beverage. You want a clear beverage but you want to have an oil-soluble component in it. Normally when you put an oil soluble component in it, it wouldnt mix with water and you would get a layer of oil on top. Or you would use a conventional homogenisation technology and you would use something that is a few hundred nanometres and it would scatter light very strongly and would look something like milk. It would look very creamy. However, if you use special fabrication methods, you can make a system that has got fat in it but it looks transparent. And the way you do that is make the particles very small. Much smaller than the wavelength of light and they scatter light very weakly and therefore they look clear. When the particle size is about the same size as the wavelength of light, they scatter strongly. This is one application that the beverage industry is already using to put soluble flavours and colours and vitamins into beverage products.

Shelf life

It is also possible to use nanotechnology to increase shelf life. Around the world there are currently a lot of microbreweries opening so people are trying to make new types of beers, with all sorts of weird and interesting ingredients, according to McClements. There are often precipitates of sediments in these products., which are also found in dressings and plant-based milks and similar products.

Using nanotechnology you can try and improve the shelf life of these products and improve the stability of these products by making particles very small. There are two ways you can do this. One is to help prevent particle aggregation and the second helps stop creaming and sedimentation, he said. With creaming and sedimentation, if you have a particle in some kind of food product you want it to stay stable so that the particle looks homogenous. Any particle that has two different forces acting on it. One of them is gravity and that will tend to make the particles move upwards. The other is Brownian motion, which is like the random collisions of the molecules revolving around it. This wants to randomise the system. Brownian wants to make it homogenous and gravity wants all the particles to go to the top or bottom depending on the density distance. What you will find is that gravity increases as the particle size increases. This means things tend to separate more quickly as the particles get bigger. Whereas Brownian motion tends to increase as the particles get smaller. When the particles are small enough, the gravity forces are very weak and the Brownian motion is very strong and you can prevent creaming or sedimentation from occurring.

Then there is the ability to change the stability of particles to aggregation. When the particles aggregate they often make the creaming and aggregation faster. McClements did an experiment a few years ago where he made protein stabilised emulsion droplets and made them large and small and his team calculated the colloidal actions between them. What they found was that if there are very small particles, the colloidal interactions forces between the particles were very small.

These are so small the attracted sources that the emulsion stays stable and the product can a have a long shelf life. If the particles are bigger, the attractive forces are much stronger and then you tend to get aggregation and creaming of droplets. This experiment was an example of that by making the droplets very small, you can improve the shelf life of a product. That is the physical stability of foods, said McClements.

Reducing calorie count

Finally, McClements team also did another experiment by trying to make food healthier by trying to reduce its calorie count.

What we wanted to do was make things like sauces and salad dressings, or mayonnaise, which have nice, creamy textures, but with a much lower fat content, he said. What we did in this experiment was we made up two types of protein stabilised emulsions at pH7. One of them was stabilised by lactoferrin which was positive pH7, while the other was stabilised by -lactoglobulin, which is negative at pH7.

We either used the pure proteins or we used a mixture of these different emulsions. If you have pure -lactoglobulins then the particles are negative, and have a very low viscosity like in milk so you could just pour it. If you had pure lactoferrin it was positive, and again you have a very low viscosity and you could just pour it. This is because the droplets have a high charge and they all repel each other and therefore you wont get any aggregation in the system. If you mix these two oppositely charged particles together, they aggregate with each other because of the attraction. They form a 3D network that extends over the whole product, and you get a paste-like, creamy product. You have a very low fat content but you have a high viscosity.

Typically to get this type of viscosity you would have to get 40 to 50 per cent fat in there. This is a potential strategy to get reduced fat in foods to address things like obesity and diabetes.

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Global Nanotechnology Market 2025: Nanosys, Inc., Nanophase Technologies Corporation, Altair Nanotechnologies Inc., ZyvexCorporation, Acusphere, Inc.,…

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Breakthrough Innovations in Artificial Photosynthesis, 2020 Report – Growth Opportunities in R&D Investment, Technology Convergence, R&D Partnership -…

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1.0 Executive Summary 1.1 Research Scope 1.2 Research Process and Methodology 1.3 Key Findings

2.0 Overview of Artificial Photosynthesis 2.1 Difference between Artificial Photosynthesis and Natural Photosynthesis 2.2 Artificial Photosynthesis Stores Renewable Energy in the form of Specialty Chemicals thereby Minimizing Energy Loss 2.3 Applications of the Artificial Photosynthesis Process 2.4 Types of Artificial Photosynthesis and their Current Status 2.5 Hydrogen Evolution is the Rate Determining Step in an Artificial Photosynthesis Process 2.6 Benefits and Challenges Involved in Artificial Photosynthesis Processes

3.0 Current and Emerging Artificial Photosynthesis Technologies3.1 Current Enabling Technologies 3.1.1 Co-Electrolysis and Photo-Electro catalysis are the Most Established Technologies in Artificial Photosynthesis 3.1.2 Co-Electrolysis Produces Syngas which Can be Used as a Feedstock for many Industrial Processes 3.1.3 Benefits and Challenges Associated with Co-Electrolysis 3.1.4 Co-Electrolysis Processes are established and are Commercialized at a Lower Scale 3.1.5 Generation of Hydrogen and Carbon Dioxide Reduction Using Photo electrochemical (PEC) Cells 3.1.6 Benefits and Challenges Associated with Photoelectrocatalysis 3.1.7 Photoelectrocatalysis Processes for Hydrogen Generation Have High TRL levels 3.1.8 Comparative Analysis between Co-Electrolysis and Photoelectrocatalysis 3.1.9 Research Trends Enhancing the Commercialization of AP Technologies 3.2 Emerging Technologies 3.2.1 Hybrid Processes Involve Integration of Biological Processes with AP to Enhance Generation of Specialty Chemicals 3.2.2 Pilot Plants for the Hybrid Process Will be Tested with Increased Generation of Specialty Chemicals 3.2.3 Nanotechnology-enabled Artificial Photosynthesis Offers High Surface Area and Better Light Absorption 3.2.4 Nanotechnology Driven Multi-electron Reduction Process Provides Excellent Energy Conversion Efficiency 3.2.5 Pilot Plants for Nano-catalysts Tested for Reverse Combustion of Carbon Dioxide to Generate Hydrocarbons 3.2.6 Artificial Leaves are 10 Times More Efficient than Natural Photosynthesis 3.2.7 More Research on the Permeable Membranes is carried out to Expedite Commercialization 3.2.8 Comparative Analysis of Emerging Technologies 3.2.9 Initiatives in Europe for Rapid Commercialization of Artificial Photosynthesis Processes 3.2.10 Initiatives in APAC and North America for Rapid Commercialization of Artificial Photosynthesis Processes

4.0 Innovations based on Current and Emerging Technologies 4.1 Research Focused on Current Technologies for Artificial Photosynthesis 4.2 Research Focused on Emerging Technologies for Artificial Photosynthesis 4.3 Stakeholders with Innovative Eco-systems based on Technology Readiness Levels 4.4 Successfully Demonstrated Hybrid Processes for Generation of Specialty Chemicals 4.5 New Concept Tires to Achieve Circular Economy in the Transportation Industry 4.6 Novel Innovations to Enhance the Productivity of AP Processes 4.7 Photoelectrocatalysis with Gold Nanocrystals as Catalyst 4.8 Photoelectrocatalysis with Molecular Catalyst 4.9 Photoelectrocatalysis Using Metal Catalyst and Nitride as Semiconductor 4.10 Next-generation Photoelectrochemical Cells (PEC) for Efficient Hydrogen and Carbon Monoxide Generation 4.11 Solar Thermal Chemical Reactor for Converting Carbon Dioxide to Hydrocarbons

5.0 Growth Opportunities 5.1 Growth Opportunity - R&D Investment 5.2 Growth Opportunity - Technology Convergence 5.3 Growth Opportunity - R&D Partnership

6.0 Analyst Insights

7.0 Key Contacts

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Nanocan Therapeutics Corporation Announces Exclusive Global Licensing Agreement for Immunogenic Smart Radiotherapy Biomaterials – PR Web

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With our expertise in nanotechnology delivery, and grant investments from the NIH, NCI, and DoD, Nanocan is well positioned to further develop iSRBs in pursuit of providing a new standard of care for pancreatic, lung, and cervical cancers.

PRINCETON, N.J. (PRWEB) February 16, 2021

Nanocan Therapeutics Corporation, an early-stage biotechnology company, today announced an exclusive global licensing agreement with Brigham and Womens Hospital (Boston, MA), a teaching hospital of Harvard Universitys Medical School, to develop and commercialize Immunogenic Smart Radiotherapy Biomaterials (iSRBs) for the treatment of pancreatic, lung, and cervical cancer. This technology has the potential to enhance radiotherapy mechanisms via delivery of immunoadjuvants that improve both local and metastatic tumor kill. iSRBs could also potentially reduce treatment time and cost for cancer patients, improve convenience, and significantly improve global patient access to cancer treatment.

iSRBs can provide both CT and MRI imaging contrast crucial for image-guided radiotherapy and can also provide sustained delivery of immunoadjuvant payloads. In conjunction with an immunoadjuvant, a boost in abscopal effect causing regression in both treated and untreated tumors has been observed in animal models, with minimal normal tissue toxicity.

Pancreatic cancer, our lead indication, remains a challenging diagnosis with high mortality, said Eric Broyles, Founder and CEO of Nanocan Therapeutic Corporation. With our expertise in nanotechnology delivery, and grant investments from the NIH, NCI, and DoD, Nanocan is well positioned to further develop iSRBs in pursuit of providing a new standard of care for pancreatic, lung, and cervical cancers. We also see potential application in breast, liver, and prostate cancers, as well as glioblastoma.

Were encouraged by the research undertaken by scientists at Brigham and Womens Hospital and excited about this global licensing agreement, said Jack Markell, two-term Governor of Delaware and Nanocan Advisory Board member. We are deeply committed to improving the lives of cancer patients around the world and will place a special emphasis on bringing these life-saving technologies to underserved and developing countries.

About Nanocan Therapeutics Corporation Nanocan Therapeutics Corporation is an early-stage biotechnology company developing cutting-edge, nanotechnology-based innovations to treat cancers where current interventions are insufficient. Through its partnerships with leading academic research institutions, Nanocan aspires to create a new standard of care to help improve the lives of cancer patients. The company is also committed to making its disruptive innovations available to cancer patients in low and middle-income countries, starting in Africa.

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Research at Institute of Nano Science and Technology in Mohali – Mathrubhumi English

§ February 16th, 2021 § Filed under Nanotechnology Comments Off on Research at Institute of Nano Science and Technology in Mohali – Mathrubhumi English

Institute of Nano Science and Technology, Mohali an autonomous Institute supported by Department of Science and Technology, Government of India; has invited applications for admission into its Ph. D. program in different areas of Nanoscience and Nanotechnology for the session beginning in August 2021.

Selected students will be enrolled in the Ph. D. program of Indian Institute of Science Education and Research (IISER), Mohali and the Ph. D. degree will be awarded by IISER, Mohali. The major ongoing research areas at INST are given in the detailed Admission Notification at https://inst.ac.in/careers

Selected students will be provided fellowship as per the norms of INST and Government of India. Students with an independent source of fellowship, such as CSIR/UGC-JRF, are also encouraged to apply.

Eligibility: Applicant must have M. Sc. or M. Pharm. or M. Tech. in Basic or Applied Sciences, Engineering or related areas. Those who have appeared for the final year/semester examinations are also eligible, provided that the degree will be granted by the time of joining. Applicant should have qualified at least one national examination out of GATE, CSIR/UGC-NET, JEST, JGEEBILS (TIFR/NCBS), ICMR-JRF, DBT-JRF, DST-INSPIRE or GPAT. Those registered with IISER, Mohali for BS-MS program can apply as per the norms of IISER Mohali.

Application: Applications are to be submitted in the prescribed format available at https://inst.ac.in/careers. Application Fees is Rs.590/- for General/OBC/EWS candidates, and Rs.295/- for SC, ST and PH candidates to be paid online to the bank account given in the Notification.

In addition to the application, an online synopsis has to be submitted at the link provided in the Notification.

A hard copy of application with passport size photograph affixed, along with self-attested copy of certificates proving age, educational qualifications, experience (if any) and reservation category should be sent to The Director, Institute of Nano Science and Technology, Knowledge City, Sector 81, Mohali, Punjab-140308, to reach through registered/ speed post/ courier/ by hand latest by 12th March 2021 in an envelope super scribed as Application for the Ph. D. Program-August 2021.

Eligible applicants will be shortlisted for interview. Applicants may visit INST website frequently to track the latest developments.

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Nanotechnology in Medical Equipment Market Size By Top Key Players Stryker Corporation, Dentsply International, Thermo Fisher Scientific, 3M, Smith +…

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-Middle East and Africa (Gulf States and Egypt) -North America (USA, Mexico and Canada) -South America (Brazil etc.) -Europe (Turkey, Germany, Russia, UK, Italy, France, etc.) -Asia Pacific (Vietnam, China, Malaysia, Japan, Philippines, Korea, Thailand, India, Indonesia, and Australia)

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AREV Nanotechnology becomes a sponsor of the National Sciences Academy 2021 Hemp Symposium – Yahoo Finance

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VANCOUVER, British Columbia, Feb. 10, 2021 (GLOBE NEWSWIRE) -- AREV NANOTEC BRANDS INC. (CSE: AREV) (OTC: AREVF) (AREV NanoTec), which recently introduced its nanotechnology extraction system to the world, is looking even further to the future, but this time has its sights set on helping to improve food security by way of hemp protein. (https://gvn.org/about/board/)

As such, AREV is a sponsor of the inaugural National Hemp Symposium, a joint initiative between the National Academies of Sciences Board on Agriculture and Natural Resources (BANR) and Oregon State Universitys Global Hemp Innovation Center.

The Global Hemp Innovation Center is a globally recognized leading center across multiple diverse industries and research fields which serves the growing international demand for innovative approaches to food, health and fiber.

Michael Withrow, CEO of AREV, NanoTec: Were very excited to have the opportunity to become a sponsor of this very prestigious and critical conference organized by the National Science Academies & Oregon State University. This conference further expands opportunities for this sector and for AREV NanoTec as we venture towards further sophistication of our research and development in phytomedicialzation and innovations in extraction technologies use

AREV NanoTecs proprietary extraction systems extract ultra-fine particulates from everything from plants to soil, making it a natural fit for the production of hemp protein.

According to the Global Hemp Innovative Centre, hemp seed contains 20 to 30 per cent edible oil; 25 to 30 per cent protein, which includes eight of the daily essential amino acids recommended for humans 20 to 25 per cent fiber, 20 to 30 per cent carbohydrates and many essential nutrients and vitamins.

Grain or oilseed hemp products include hemp seed, seed flour, seed protein, seed powder, seed oil and hemp meal. Today, hemp grain is used in human health food because of the desirable ratio of omega-6 and omega-3 fatty acids in hemp oil.

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The virtual conference, which takes place Feb. 9 to 10, offers a diverse program with a broad focus on both what the industry has accomplished to-date and what lies ahead. For more information visit the National Hemp Symposium.

Dr. Roscoe Moore DVM, MPH, PhD Former Assistant United States Surgeon General (retired) who serves on the Board of Global Virus Network at the Institute of Human Virology (IHV) University of Maryland and a member of to the Scientific Advisory Board was quoted AREV sponsorship of this important conference with the National Science Advisories supports ongoing contributions to the dramatic shifts we are seeing in this very promising sector of agriculture, human health and discovery. Our continued participation in Scientific conferences that are contributing to Scientific exchange affords the Company new opportunities or growth and development as we explore new applications in dynamic extraction technologies for therapeutic developments.

For further information, contact Mike Withrow, mike@AREVBrands.com, 778-929-6536. For more information visit arevnanotec.com

On behalf of the Board,

Mike Withrow CEO & Director

About AREV NanoTec Inc. AREV NanoTec Brands Inc. (AREV) is an early stage publicly traded life science development enterprise focused on phytomedicinal extraction of novel therapeutic approaches to infectious diseases and subsequent comorbidities via its proprietary extraction systems to identify promising small molecules that present novel mechanisms of action in human and veterinary science.

AREVs model is to toll process extraction of targeted essential and functional oils and license its formulations to Licensed Producers in Canada. The company utilizes toll processors in foreign countries to encapsulate and package its formulations that can be sold in traditional distribution channels and online.

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