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Current and Future Trend of Global Complementary and Alternative Medicine Market by 2026 – Cole of Duty

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Los Angeles United States: QY Research always aims at offering its clients an in-depth analysis and the best research material of the various market. This new report on the global Complementary and Alternative Medicine market is committed to fulfilling the requirements of the clients by giving them thorough insights into the market. An exclusive data offered in this report is collected by research and industry experts.

Key Manufacturers operating in the Report Are: , Columbia Nutritional, Herb Pharm, Herbal Hills, Helio USA, Deepure Plus, Nordic Naturals, Pure encapsulations, Iyengar Yoga Institute, John Schumachers Unity Woods Yoga Center, Yoga Tree, The Healing Company, Quantum Touch Complementary and Alternative Medicine

The global Complementary and Alternative Medicine market report covers scope and product overview to define the key terms and offers detailed information about market dynamics to the readers. This is followed by the regional outlook and segmental analysis. The report also consists of the facts and key values of the global Complementary and Alternative Medicine market in terms of sales and volume, revenue, and growth rate.

One of the important factors in the global Complementary and Alternative Medicine market report is the competitive analysis. The report covers all the key parameters such as product innovation, market strategies of the key players, market share, revenue generation, latest research and development, and market expert views.

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global Complementary and Alternative Medicine market by Segment Type: , Botanicals, Acupuncture, Mind, Body, and Yoga, Magnetic Intervention Complementary and Alternative Medicine

global Complementary and Alternative Medicine Market by Application: , Direct Contact, E-training, Distance Correspondence

Some of the important factors such as marketing strategy, industrial chain, factor analysis, cost analysis, distributors and sourcing strategy are included in this report which makes it an exclusive one. The aim of QY Research is to offer a comprehensive report. The report on global Complementary and Alternative Medicine market report is compiled by industry experts and properly examined which will highlight the key information required by the clients.

Regional Analysis

A section of the report has given comprehensive information about regional analysis. It provides a market outlook and sets the forecast within the context of the overall global Complementary and Alternative Medicine market. QY Research has segmented the global Complementary and Alternative Medicine market into major geographical regions such as North America, South America, Europe, Asia Pacific, and the Middle East and Africa. Potential new entrants wishing to target only high growth areas are also included in this informative section of the global Complementary and Alternative Medicine market.

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Major Points from Table of Content:

Chapter One: Global Complementary and Alternative Medicine Market Overview

Chapter Two: Global Complementary and Alternative Medicine market Competition by application, by Players/Suppliers, and by Type

Chapter Three: North America Complementary and Alternative Medicine market (sales price, volume, and value)

Chapter Four: Europe Complementary and Alternative Medicine market (sales price, volume, and value)

Chapter Five: Japan Complementary and Alternative Medicine market (sales price, volume, and value)

Chapter Six: China Complementary and Alternative Medicine market (sales price, volume, and value)

Chapter Seven: India Complementary and Alternative Medicine market (sales price, volume, and value)

Chapter Eight: Southeast Asia Complementary and Alternative Medicine market (sales price, volume, and value)

Chapter Nine: Global Complementary and Alternative Medicine market industrial cost analysis

Chapter Ten: Downstream buyers, industrial chain and sourcing strategy

Chapter Eleven: Global Complementary and Alternative Medicine market Sales data and suppliers profiles/players

Chapter Twelve: Market effect factor analysis

Chapter Thirteen: Traders/Distributors, marketing strategy analysis

Chapter Fourteen: Global Complementary and Alternative Medicine market forecast (2020-2026) analysis

Chapter Fifteen: Conclusion and research findings

Chapter Sixteen: Annexure/Appendix

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Research Associate, School of Cellular and Molecular Medicine job with UNIVERSITY OF BRISTOL | 209066 – Times Higher Education (THE)

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Job number ACAD104563 Division/School School of Cellular and Molecular Medicine Contract type Open Ended Working pattern Full time Salary 33,797 - 38,017 per annum Closing date for applications 02-Jul-2020

We wish to recruit a Research Associate to be part of a multidisciplinary team investigating and evaluating new approaches to detect Mycobacterium tuberculosis infection in resource-limited settings.

The post is funded by the UK Engineering and Physical Sciences Research Council and will be held jointly between the Schools of Physics and Cellular and Molecular Medicine (CMM) and is a collaboration with the Kenya Medical Research Institute (KEMRI). The post is available for 18 months with potential funding from the 1st August 2020.

The key duties for the postholder will be to generate and characterise a series of modified superparamagnetic nanoparticles (SPIONs) based upon ferritins, and investigate their interactions, and those of a related series of derivatised fluorescent carbon dots (FCDs) with target Mycobacteria. The RA will produce, and subsequently derivatise, recombinant ferritins; characterise these materials using biophysical approaches including electron microscopy, light and X-ray scattering, and superconducting quantum interference device (SQUID) magnetometry; and investigate their interactions with target bacteria. The successful applicant will also be expected to prepare applications for time at the Diamond Light Source and other large scale facilities elsewhere in Europe.

Candidates should have a PhD in a Physical (Chemistry, Physics) or Life Sciences (Biochemistry, Microbiology) discipline awarded or soon to be awarded; or equivalent professional qualification/experience. They should have a strong background in recombinant protein production and characterisation and/or in biophysics/soft matter physics methods. Moreover the successful candidate will be passionate about interdisciplinary working, able to communicate clearly and effectively across a diverse team, be willing to contribute to the scientific direction of the project and disseminate its outputs and have excellent organisational skills.

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Harnessing tech to improve health outcomes | Jewish News – Jewish News

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The continuing catastrophic impact of Covid-19 is demanding herculean efforts. Health professionals and key workers are going above and beyond to help fight it. And superhuman ability is indeed what we need. Artificial intelligence (AI) is also stepping up to help tackle Covid-19 in a variety of ingenious ways. AI and machine learning will be critical in helping us to understand more about this novel disease and develop smart strategies to stem the spread.

AI is technology that enables a computer to think or act in a more human way. It serves as a vital tool to assist humans in their decision making through the ability of machines to sift through vast amounts of data and spot patterns. It takes information from its surroundings and suggests next steps based on what it learns or senses. AI and robotics have been transforming healthcare, and companies are now leveraging the potential AI provides to help the existing health ecosystem in the fight.

Among the ways AI is being used to help amid the crisis include: to speed up the search for a vaccine, further understand the biology of the virus, identify infection hotspots, reduce pressure on health systems through remote assessment and monitoring tools, and to quickly and cost-effectively crunch large amounts of data for predictive analysis, giving governments the tools so they can make smart and safe decisions for their citizens to list just a few.

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The interaction between people and machines has never been more important. Combined, humans and AI can serve as a critical driver in reaching a solution to this pandemic. Two Israeli companies proving essential in combatting Covid-19 are SparkBeyond and Diagnostic Robotics.

WHAT IS AI?The term artificial intelligence, or AI, was first used in 1956. In the 1960s, scientists were teaching computers how to copy human decision-making. This developed into research around machine learning, in which robots were taught to learn for themselves and remember their mistakes instead of simply copying.

Hugo Bieber, chief executive of UK Israel Business, who has been championing such companies via the organisations UK Israel HealthTech Forum, says: AI and machine learning are buzzwords that we often see used to make rather basic technology sound more sophisticated.

When it comes to real AI and machine learning, Israel stands out as one of a few technology ecosystems at the forefront, creating and using machines to solve some of the worlds most complicated problems.

The companies we have chosen to highlight for the second Jewish News/UK Israel Business feature on Israeli technology helping in the response to Covid-19 are the product of decades of combined team experience.

Now more than ever, UK Israel Business is connecting Israeli companies to UK clients and partners and, in the case of Diagnostic Robotics, it presented at the first online UK Israel HealthTech Forum last month. Within an hour of the forum ending, we introduced it to a very senior NHS attendee, who wanted to explore using its product to help the UKs fight against Covid-19.

SparkBeyond first met with a UK Israel Business delegation to Israel led by the vice chairman of Mastercard in 2018. The company serves global corporates and helps create impact in areas such as health and climate change and now, its team of data scientists are using their knowledge to help deal with Covid-19.

SparkBeyond platform segmentation


About the company

Amir Haramaty,

SparkBeyond usesAI-powered problem-solving technology to empower organisations to solve real-world complex challenges. Its platform embeds machine learning into decision support systems, and is a crucial tool within the data science value chain. Its AI technology bypasses the human bias in problem-solving and generates millions of hypotheses per minute.

SparkBeyonds technology is already proving essential in the business world. It has generated more than seven billion hypotheses and more than a $2 billion (1.6 billion) in impact for companies with which it has worked, including McKinsey & Company, Microsoft, PepsiCo and Anheuser-Busch.

It is now turning its solutions towards Covid-19. It is advising major consumer goods firms as well as the governments of Argentina, Israel and Italy on navigating the outbreak and detecting patterns of spreading disease.

How does it work?

Traditional machine learning relies almost entirely on testing hypotheses generated by a human data scientist. As to SparkBeyonds algorithms, the machine programmatically writes its own hypotheses and, using information theory, tests them at ultra-high speed to find meaningful patterns and signal in the data. So the platform can test millions of hypotheses in minutes independently of a human analyst which would otherwise take a data scientist or analyst days, weeks and months.

Some of the benefits include posing questions that people might not think to ask, enabling faster and better business decision-making underpinned by better insights, radically improving the output of data science teams the results are inherently explainable as insights are communicated in plain English exhaustively and comprehensively searching big data for patterns, and it enablesa much more collaborative connection between data scientists and business leaders.

Founded by:

Sagie Davidovich and Dr Ron Karidi in 2013.

Based in:

Offices in Netanya, New York, London, Singapore, Melbourne and San Francisco. All R&D is based in Israel.

Operational in:

The Americas, Europe, Asia-Pacific, Australia and the Middle East.

Rationale for the company:

Sparked by a moonshot experiment in 2013, Davidovich and Dr Karidi set out to build a machine that could help solve the worlds most complex and pressing challenges. SparkBeyond empowers organisations to shape their future with AI, rather than just predict it. And true to its mission to do good while doing well, SparkBeyond is proud to pioneer novel approaches to generating social impact on a planetary scale.

Helping fight the Covid-19 pandemic:

Deployed across four continents, SparkBeyond is offering the public sector its technology and expertise in its response to the Covid-19 outbreak in three key areas:

The company is advising major consumer goods firms as well as the Argentinian, Israeli and Italian government on how to proceed through the outbreak.

In Italy, SparkBeyond identified that not only were gas stations, water fountains and railways key infection sites, but that the A1 highway running from Milan to Naples also became an artery of contagion as people drove from north to south.

For businesses that need to ship goods, understanding the relative risks of transportation routes remains critical. And the same goes for policymakers looking to open up some economic sectors or parts of their city and state.

In Argentina, SparkBeyonds technology will assist the government in looking at how the country can allow citizens to return to work and minimise economic impact. The platform will use data from the Argentinian ministry of health, which aggregates travel, demographic and employment data for each citizen, then integrates hundreds of external data sources to create a wider picture of the situation.

Amir Haramaty, SparkBeyondschief commercial officer says:

SparkBeyond is a purpose driven, mission-oriented company where we connect AI to impact, both business impact and social impact. We are focused on doing well while doing good, from empowering leading insurance companies to insure the uninsurable to providing an accurate dynamic demand forecasting to the largest global retailers, to helping fight cancer, reduce modern-day slavery, reduce inmate violence in crowded jails and tackle the climate change demands in a creative and innovative way.

SparkBeyonds platform screens

SparkBeyonds theme is to harness humanitys collective intelligence to solve the worlds most complex challenges, and the Covid-19 pandemic is a perfect example of where SparkBeyond is playing a major role; from generating dynamic risk heat maps in four continents, to guidance on how to roll back quarantine and safely rekindle the economy. [Governments use] SparkBeyonds predictive AI insights to allow citizens out of lockdown and back to work, safely and responsibly, in an effort to help minimise the impact on the economy.

Will the crisis signal a quantum leap towards automation and AI?

Crises have an effect of accelerating trends, forming a new normal. During the 1918 Spanish flu, for example, the New York Telephone Company (which became Verizon of New York) advertised a home phone bringing cheer and encouragement to those in quarantine. The decade following the 1918 pandemic saw the automobile, telephone, television and aviation industries take flight. The US GDP grew by 40 percent (Dow by 5x) during the roaring Twenties.

What was the private sectors adoption of the telephone 100 years ago is todays public sector adoption of digital transformation. Once again, [it is] another reaffirmation that data and AI will be a central theme for the next century to come (in all facets of the economy).

Amir Haramaty

Covid-19 has shaken fundamentals, reducing clarity and visibility into the commercial and public landscapes, and devaluing once-reliable data, knowledge and expertise.

Market dynamics have changed beyond our intuitive understanding, and the pace of change is not expected to slow down any time soon. All of these factors lead to an acute dependence on deeper, faster and more exhaustive data analytics, the likes of which can only be achieved with AI and machine learning. AI seems to be the way we rebuild the systems by which we understand reality and predict its unfolding.

Amir Haramaty

Post the pandemic, will AI replace humans in time or augment the human workforce?

AI has yet to be labelled as either friend or foe in popular opinion. It goes from destroying humans, to replacing humans, all the way to elevating humans to new heights. We see it as our duty to promote the concept of AI for good. Weve designed SparkBeyond to be an insightful and transparent partner to mankind in meeting its biggest challenges. Our technology amplifies human capacity to ask and answer questions, enhancing our collective ability to discover signal over noise and turn data into insight, insight into action, and action into impact.

Amir Haramaty

Diagnostic Robotics

About the Company:

Diagnostic Robotics provides AI triage and care navigation platforms for the healthcare system, servicing patients, providers and insurers.

The AI-driven personalised triage service guides the patients through their journey in the medical ecosystem, analysing their medical history and current medical case using AI and NLP (natural language processing) technologies. Additionally, Diagnostic Robotics arms the medical providers with decision support systems to improve care.

Since early March, Diagnostic Robotics has been turning its solutions to the Covid-19 crisis. It provides a triage and monitoring system empowering healthcare providers, payers and government agencies to respond digitally to the growing pressures of the pandemic.

How does it work?

The platform reduces health system overload by helping individuals determine the right course of action while minimising direct contact with medical teams.

The system provides powerful predictive analytics models: differential diagnosis, triage score, and recommends any necessary diagnostic tests. It directs the patient to the most relevant medical setting (supported by the doctor) be it the emergency department (ED), urgent care clinic or remote consultation, and minimises unnecessary ED visits and consultations, while accelerating treatment time for the patient and increasing satisfaction.

Founded by:

Diagnostic Robotics was founded by Yonatan Amir, Dr Kira Radinsky and professor Moshe Shoham in 2017.

Yonatan Amir, Dr Kira Radinsky and professor Moshe Shoham

Based in:

Tel Aviv, with an office in New York City. All R&D is done in Israel.

Operational in:

Israel, US, India and, soon, more countries.

Helping fight the Covid-19 pandemic:

During Covid-19, Diagnostic Robotics has enabled the clinical triage of millions of people. The companys technology has helped inform and power Israels response to the crisis the government has made decisions based on its data.

The system has been able to identify potential infected patients and build care management flows for them, while providing the Ministry of Health with predictions about emerging outbreaks. This assisted Israel to effectively manage outbreaks in different cities and help its controlled exit strategy to relieve the economy.

Heat map from Diagnostic Robotics

Since early March, Diagnostic Robotics has been putting together a digital platform that is a one-stop shop for managing the Covid-19. It adapted the Covid protocol based on CDC (Centers for Disease Control and Prevention) guidance and data received from Italy and South Korea. The platform was integrated by Israels Ministry of Health, all the countrys health maintenance organisation (HMO) and emergency services (Magen David Adom).

Diagnostic Robotics platform for pandemic response is an extension of its digital triagesolutions and is being implemented across the world. In April, the company launched a partnership with the State of Rhode Island, whereits technology is powering the states selfsymptom checker.

Dr Kira Radinsky, chairwoman and chief technology officer at Diagnostic Robotics says:

AI has been integral in our work during the pandemic. When cities are placed in lockdown, Diagnostic Robotics has been using machine learning models to understand how many people will get sick in the next few days or in the coming week in each city. It can predict which countries should go into lockdown by examining the Ministry of Healths existing data from the past few weeks, along with data from the Central Bureau of Statistics among other stats such as population density), and public information on the general whereabouts of the population.

The model also takes into account data from neighbouring cities and, together with all the additional information that has been accumulated by the system, was able to predict an uptick in new cases in Ashkelon, Tiberias, and Migdal HaEmek. The Ministry of Health and the police subsequently ordered a full lockdown of those cities.

Diagnostic Robotics is also building models that will predict which cities should be taken out of lockdown in order to gradually start going back to normal (particularly economically). The company is also able to predict which segments of the population are developing Covid-19 symptoms.

Will AI now, more than ever, change the healthcare system and other sectors going forward?

Even before the Covid crisis began, the healthcare system was significantly constrained, having to treat an ageing population with limited resources.

This has manifested itself with an increasing number of patients per doctor in primary care reaching thousands, and long ED waiting times.

The evolving situation is not sustainable, neither from how many professionals are needed nor financially. The current pandemic confirmed that healthcare systems worldwide have limited capacity to deal with the potential threat of millions of sick people.

We all agree that extreme change is needed. Automation and predictability are the only solutions for the scale of problem. AI-powered predictive healthcare that is now forming, helps to reduce wait times, improve staff workflows and reduce growing administrative burden.

Diagnostic Robotics has been enabling such flows through most of the HMOs in Israel providing clinical triage and care navigation solutions. This helped reduce clinician shortages and burnout, while enabling the healthcare system to be financially sustainable, with higher patient satisfaction.

Dr Kira Radinsky

Will the crisis signal a quantum leap towards automation and AI?

Processes that were supposed to take 10 years are happening in months. The crisis helped uncover how much of our system is fragile andnot ready for a scale. I doubt the crisis will bea quantum leap, but will indeed help accelerate the automation of healthcare that so desperately needs to scale faster.

Dr Kira Radinsky

Kira Radinsky

Post the pandemic, will AI replace humans in time or augment the human workforce?

Today a doctor spends less than a third of their time face-to-face with a patient less, while more than third of their time is spent on administrative tasks.

This administrative burden is one of the causes of doctor burnout and what inhibits the healthcare system from scaling. I believe this part will be completely transformed by AI, making it available for the doctor to focus on what they do best treat patients.

Hand-in-hand, AI will also help augment the doctors decisions. For the past few years, Diagnostic Robotics has been deploying AI-driven solutions to enable preventive medicine transformations for the chronic population. According to estimates of the World Health Organisation, chronic diseases account for 75 percent of worldwide deaths.

A primary care physician cannot anticipate and identify deterioration of each of the thousand patients they are responsible for. Therefore, Diagnostic Robotics leverage deep learning algorithms to anticipate when a person is at risk of developing a chronic disease, and suggest preventive measures before they get worse.

Dr Kira Radinsky


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COVID-19 : Silver Nanomaterials as Transparent Conductor Market with Worldwide Industry Share, Research, Competitive Landscape and Forecast To 2029 -…

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Ohio State researchers testing breathalyzer to detect COVID-19 – The Ohio State University News

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One of the most common COVID-19 tests involves a long swab pressed deep into the nasal cavities and while the test can be administered quickly, it has been described as unpleasant and uncomfortable.

Now researchers at The Ohio State University are working on a testing system that would require a simple exhaled breath. Perena Gouma is the primary investigator of a team developing a breathalyzer device that will sample breath for key biomarkers of the infection. She says it would serve as an alternative to current tests that are expensive, can take a long time to get results and require specialized personnel to do the sampling and to analyze the results.

Gouma, director of the Advanced Ceramics Research Laboratory and professor in the College of Engineering, is working with co-investigator Andrew Bowman, associate professor of veterinary preventive medicine. The project was awarded a nearly $200,000 National Science Foundation EAGER grant this month under a program supporting exploratory, early-stage research on untested, but potentially transformative, ideas or approaches.

Breath analysis is not really a technique that is used widely in the medical field yet, so it is considered early-stage work, Gouma said. [We] have a sensor device that detects nitric oxide and VOCs (volatile organic compounds) in breath and can be used to tell you about the onset of an infectious disease.

In addition to nitric oxide, the device examines two other metabolites that could specifically indicate the presence of a COVID-19 infection even in asymptomatic patients. Exhaling once in the breathalyzer may help with earlier detection of the onset of the disease, as well as with monitoring of the severity of the infection, which could help reduce the risk for worsening of the symptoms and allow timely therapeutic intervention, she said.

The new project builds upon Goumas invention of a hand-held breathmonitor that may provide early detection of flu before symptoms appearprior to her arrival at Ohio State. The COVID-19 breathalyzer involves advances on nanomaterials for detecting specific breath gases at the concentrations of interest for making a diagnosis.

The breathalyzer gives results rapidly (15 seconds response time), it is extremely inexpensive, and it is easy to use so that there is no need for trained personnel to perform the test, Gouma said. The results can be viewed directly on the display or they can be transferred to the physician wirelessly.

We are working on making these hand-held monitors that will be widely distributed and theyre very inexpensive, she said. The technology evolved from the sensors used for monitoring gases in an automotive exhaust thats how we started on breath analysis 20 years ago.

Gouma said the NSF-funded project would not have been possible without the collaboration with the College of Veterinary Medicine, the College of Medicine and the Wexner Medical Center. She said these connections make Ohio State very appealing for interdisciplinary research between engineering and medicine (nanomedicine).

Thats one of the advantages of Ohio State. You dont find many institutions that have the No. 1 vet med school in the world and also a world-class medical school, she said. Its also serendipity because COVID-19 is a zoonosis, a disease that comes from animals, and the vet med school had years of experience studying coronaviruses and the flu in animals.

Furthermore, the Wexner Medical Center has been treating COVID-19 patients from the beginning of the pandemic, so it offers unique insights to this project.

Gouma said the collaboration is critical for engineers developing medical diagnostics for humans and animals who need to consult with colleagues who have expertise in medicine to ensure that the ideas have merit and to validate their claims through clinical trials.

If the device proves to be accurate, portable and effective, it could be used to screen travelers before they step on a flight or to test students and teachers before they head back into the classroom. It would also be used in the Medical Intensive Care Units and in every hospital and doctors office as a bedside test. Gouma said the breathalyzer technology may become the platform to help detect metabolic problems like cancer, Alzheimers disease or diabetes, by choosing the appropriate biomarker

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Global Silicon Oxide Nanomaterial Market 2020 Industry Research, Segmentation, Key Players Analysis and Forecast to 2025 – Cole of Duty

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Global Silicon Oxide Nanomaterial Market Growth 2020-2025 organized by researchers at presents a detailed diagram of the market in terms of current and future trends driving the profit pattern. The report includes informative data figures and key insights regarding the market components such as market size, market share, market segmentation, significant growth drivers, and market competition. The report outlines expected business up-downs, different aspects impacting economic cycles in the market, demand, changing customer sentiments, key companies operating in the global Silicon Oxide Nanomaterial market, and regional landscape with the help of statistics, diagrams, charts, and graphs. It provides a SWOT analysis of the competitive landscape of the market.

Then the report covers factors such as industry value chain, key consumption trends, recent patterns of customer behaviors, overall spending capacity analysis, market expansion rate, etc. This study categorizes the global Silicon Oxide Nanomaterial breakdown data by manufacturers, region, type, and applications, also analyzes the market drivers, opportunities, and challenges. There is a section featuring the essential data gathered through Industry specialists and key authorities of profiled organizations. Leading players are considered relying upon their organization profile, item portfolio, limit, item/benefit value, deals, and cost/benefit.


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Key manufacturers analysis: Nanoshel, SkySpring Nanomaterials, US Research Nanomaterials, Merck, Hongwu International, SAT Nano Technology Material, American Elements, EPRUI Nanoparticles and Microspheres, Nanostructured and Amorphous Materials,

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On the basis of end-users, the global market is classified into: Rubber and Plastics, Composites, Magnetic Materials, Other

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The global Silicon Oxide Nanomaterial market report also analyzes the major geographic regions as well as the major countries in these regions. The regions and countries covered in the study include: Americas (United States, Canada, Mexico, Brazil), APAC (China, Japan, Korea, Southeast Asia, India, Australia), Europe (Germany, France, UK, Italy, Russia), Middle East & Africa (Egypt, South Africa, Israel, Turkey, GCC Countries)


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A Way to Effectively Weld Adjacent 3D Printed Layers Together – 3D Printing Progress

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Allowing users to create objects from simple toys to custom prosthetic parts, plastics are a popular 3D printing material. But these printed parts are mechanically weak a flaw caused by the imperfect bonding between the individual printed layers that make up the 3D part.

"Finding a way to remedy the inadequate bonding between printed layers has been an ongoing quest in the 3D printing field," said Micah Green, associate professor in the Artie McFerrin Department of Chemical Engineering. "We have now developed a sophisticated technology that can bolster welding between these layers all while printing the 3D part."

Plastics are commonly used for extrusion 3D printing, known technically as fused-deposition modeling. In this technique, molten plastic is squeezed out of a nozzle that prints parts layer by layer. As the printed layers cool, they fuse to one another to create the final 3D part. However, studies show that these layers join imperfectly; printed parts are weaker than identical parts made by injection molding where melted plastics simply assume the shape of a preset mold upon cooling. To join these interfaces more thoroughly, additional heating is required, but heating printed parts using something akin to an oven has a major drawback.

"If you put something in an oven, it's going to heat everything, so a 3D-printed part can warp and melt, losing its shape," Green said. "What we really needed was some way to heat only the interfaces between printed layers and not the whole part."

To apply electricity as the object is being printed, the currents must overcome a tiny space of air between the printhead and the 3D part. One option to bridge this air gap is to use metal electrodes that directly touch the printed part, but Green said this contact can introduce inadvertent damage to the part.

The team collaborated with David Staack, associate professor in the J. Mike Walker '66 Department of Mechanical Engineering, to generate a beam of charged air particles, or plasma, that could carry an electrical charge to the surface of the printed part. This technique allowed electric currents to pass through the printed part, heating the nanotubes and welding the layers together.

With the plasma technology and the carbon nanotube-coated thermoplastic material in place, Texas A&M and Essentium researchers added both these components to conventional 3D printers. When the researchers tested the strength of 3D printed parts using their new technology, they found that their strength was comparable to injection-molded parts.

"The holy grail of 3D printing has been to get the strength of the 3D-printed part to match that of a molded part," Green said. "In this study, we have successfully used localized heating to strengthen 3D-printed parts so that their mechanical properties now rival those of molded parts. With our technology, users can now print a custom part, like an individually tailored prosthetic, and this heat-treated part will be much stronger than before."

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Banknote Technology Report Showcases Nanotech’s KolourDepth as One of the Top New Security Features for Currency Authentication – GlobeNewswire

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VANCOUVER, British Columbia, June 04, 2020 (GLOBE NEWSWIRE) -- Nanotech Security Corp. (TSXV: NTS) (OTCQX: NTSFF) (Nanotech or the Company), a leader in the development of secure and memorable nano-optic security features used in the government and banknote and brand protection markets, is pleased to announce its KolourDepth product was featured in BINs Banknote Technology Report - 6 as one of the new industry-leading security features for currency authentication.

The Banknote Technology Report by Banknote Industry News GmbH (BIN) is an annual industry report that details the latest technological developments from top global banknote security device manufacturers and is circulated to central banks and key decision makers in the banknote industry.

Donald Scholz, Managing Director at BIN said, When I saw KolourDepth samples for the first time, it was simple to trigger, and offered a high degree of freedom for design and customization. This type of innovation using novel technologies like nano-optics is exactly what the industry needs.

Titled KolourDepth - A unique combination of multi-colour, 3D stereo depth and movement using Nano-Optics, the article gives readers an insight into the combination of nano-scale plasmonic colouration and angular viewing of microstructures. This opens pathways to a variety of effects: static full colour imagery, simple colour-shifting films, complex 3D images, and movement that can be realized from a single layer of embossed aluminum-coated structures. Click here to request access to the full report.

Exclusive to the government and banknote security industry, KolourDepth is easy to initiate and intuitive to authenticate. Based on Nanotechs KolourOptik nano-optic display technology, KolourDepth security foils and stripes deliver multiple colours and effects in a wide array of custom design options that capture and hold the users attention as they inspect and authenticate a banknote or government document. These security foils and stripes deliver enhanced security which are difficult to replicate due to Nanotechs proprietary software algorithms and patented nanostructures, microstructures, and nano-fabrication techniques. KolourDepth is exceptionally thin (< 5 micron) and suitable for multiple application processes and substrates.

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Multiple application types, proprietary and patented nano-fabrication techniques, high visibility and interactivity make KolourDepth products ideal anti-counterfeit security features for banknotes, said Troy Bullock, President and CEO of Nanotech.

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With billions of security features in circulation, Nanotechs products include secure and memorable security labels, stripes, patches, and colour-shifting films for currency authentication and brand protection.

KolourOptikis a patented technology that is exclusive to the government and banknote market and combines sub-wavelength nanostructures and microstructures to create modern overt security features with a unique and customizable visual effect. KolourOptik pure plasmonic colour pixels produce full colour, 3D depth, and movement used in security stripes and threads that are nearly impossible to replicate. At less than 5 microns thick, KolourOptik products seamlessly integrate into banknotes and other secure government documents.

LiveOptik is a patented technology that utilizes innovative nano-optics one tenth the size of traditional holographic structures to create next generation overt security features customized to our customers unique requirements. LiveOptik delivers multi-colour, 3D depth, movement, and image switches for secure brand protection stripes, threads, and labels that are nearly impossible to replicate.

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Global Lateral Testing Market is Estimated to be USD 7.9 Billion by 2029 with a CAGR of 4.3% During the Forecast Period – GlobeNewswire

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Covina, June 04, 2020 (GLOBE NEWSWIRE) -- The global lateral testing market accounted for US$ 5.4 billion in 2020 and is estimated to be US$ 7.9 billion by 2029 and is anticipated to register a CAGR of 4.3%.

Rise in geriatric population, rising prevalence of infectious diseases, growth in demand for home-based lateral flow assay test kits, rise in disposable income in developing countries, and surge in demand for point-of-care testing are the main drivers of the global lateral testing market.

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The prominent player operating in the global lateral testing market includes Abbott Laboratories, Alere Inc., Bio-Rad Laboratories, Inc., Becton Dickinson and Company, Johnson & Johnson, Biomrieux SA, Danaher Corporation, Qiagen N.V., Siemens AG, F. Hoffmann-La Roche Ltd, and Thermo Fisher Scientific, Inc.

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India certifies CoronaOven as safe now and it could cost anywhere between 9,999 and 18,999 – Business Insider India

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Developed by the nanotechnology startup Log9 Materials, the UV disinfectant product is said to have antimicrobial capabilities and can sanitise materials in ten minutes. The company claims to have sold over 1,500 units. In fact, one of its CoronaOvens has also been ordered for French President Emmanuel Macrons official residence.

We have multiple variants in two categories, portable and plug-in. The plug-in version can be plugged into a normal socket and is priced between 9,999 to 12,999 for 20 litres. While the portable one, which is battery operated, will cost around 17,999 for 20 litres. This can be used in an ambulance, a police van or a grocery delivery van, the company said. Advertisement

Log 9s team reached out to CSIO, which was designated to certify novel UV based equipment. A lab assessment of CoronaOven product range was carried out at CSIR-CSIOs centre in Taramani, Chennai. The assessment was conducted under standard temperature and humidity conditions in the lab, and the observations noted that the UV-C dose generated by CoronaOven is congruent with the FDA and NIH-conducted scientific study which said that a certain controlled amount of UVC light can permanently damage the RNA sequence of SARS-CoV1 virus and destroy its ability to multiply in living cells, the startup explained.

The development makes CoronaOven the only UV disinfectant in India so far, which has been certified by the Indian Council of Medical Research (ICMR) approved institution. The startup has also partnered with ICMR approved Dangs Path Lab in Delhi to test the efficiency of the product on microorganisms and bacteria.


The nanotechnology startup is now working with the government think tank NITI Aayog to ramp up the production and reach. It listed the product on Government of Indias e-marketplace portal (GEM).

We are working closely with NITI Aayog, government agencies, and other key stakeholders to contribute in the best possible manner to aid Indias fight against Covid-19. I believe that this will help safeguard the Indian public against non-scientific knock-offs of our product which tend to create a false positive for the consumer, Singhal added. Advertisement

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NanoHarmony Project Will Hold Introductory Webinar in July – JD Supra

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The Nanotechnology Industries Association (NIA) will hold a webinar on July 7, 2020, on Introducing the NanoHarmony project. Funded through Horizon 2020, NanoHarmony began on April 1, 2020. NanoHarmony brings together 14 expert partners from ten European countries and will work alongside the Organization for Economic Cooperation and Development (OECD) and European Chemicals Agency (ECHA) to support the development of test guidelines and guidance documents for eight endpoints where nanomaterial-adapted test methods have been identified as an industrial priority. NanoHarmony will coordinate the collection and use of available data and information to support the development of test methods and to organize a sustainable network for the needed exchange, as well as for future regulatory development needs. NanoHarmony is coordinated by the German Federal Institute of Occupational Safety and Health (BAuA). Partners include the Dutch National Institute for Public Health and the Environment (RIVM), the United Kingdoms (UK) Department of Health, the Luxembourg Institute of Science and Technology, NIA, the University of Plymouth, the National Research Center for the Working Environment (NRCWE), the French National Institute for Industrial Environment and Risks (INERIS), the Instituto Nacional de Investigacin y Tecnologa Agraria y Alimentaria (INIA), the Istituto Superiore di Sanit, the UK Center for Ecology and Hydrology (UKCEH), the University of Aveiro, BASF, and the German Federal Institute for Risk Assessment (BfR). Bergeson & Campbell, P.C. is a proud NIA member.

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(IMPACT OF COVID-19) Nanotechnology in Medical Market Analysis 2020-2027 | Top Growing players Amgen, Merck, Novartis, Roche, Pfizer, and Smith and…

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Nanotechnology in Drug Delivery Market Industry Perspective, Comprehensive Analysis, Size, Share, Growth, Segment, Trends And Forecast – Cole of Duty

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Stay Tuned with Growing Popularity and Emerging Trends of Healthcare Nanotechnology Market | Abbott Laboratories, Teva Pharmaceuticals Industries,…

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Healthcare Nanotechnology Market with Impact Analysis of COVID-19: Key Major Players areAbbott Laboratories, Teva Pharmaceuticals Industries, Johnson & Johnson, Pfizer, Merck, NanosphereInc, GE Healthcare Celgene Corporation, CombiMatrix Corporation.

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Healthcare Nanotechnology Market: COVID 19 Evaluation Shows an Absolute Increase in Profit: Amgen, Teva Pharmaceuticals, Abbott – News Distinct

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Impact of Covid-19 on Silver Nanoparticles Market 2020 Analysis by Geographical Regions, Type and… – Azizsalon News

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Preparing for the Jobs of the Future: The Coding School and MIT Physicists Are Making Quantum Computing Accessible to High School Students This Summer…

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LOS ANGELES, June 4, 2020 /PRNewswire/ --Quantum computinghas the potential to change the world, transforming fields such as artificial intelligence, medicine, and cybersecurity. Despite its growing importance, quantum is rarely taught to university students, let alone high school students.MIT researchers and The Coding School are changing that by offering a first-of-its-kind virtual quantum computing camp this summer to high school and first-year university students.

The goal of the camp is for students to develop foundational knowledge of quantum physics and practical skills in quantum computation. By the end of the camp, students learn how to program a quantum computer and run quantum circuits such as teleporting quantum information. Students globally can apply here.

The camp is led by Amir Karamlou, a graduate research fellow and instructor for MIT's Introduction to Quantum Computing. His research focuses on experimental quantum computation using superconducting qubits. Other instructors include Bharath Kannan, a PhD student researching microwave quantum optics, and Grecia Castelazo, studying Physics and Math at MIT.

"Today, we're at the dawn of a new era in computing technology. You don't need an advanced degree in physics to explore quantum computing. Over the next decade, quantum is likely to revolutionize the world in the same way the modern computer did in the mid-20th century. Students who develop knowledge in quantum now will be prepared for this world-altering technological movement," explained Karamlou.

The camp is part of a larger quantum initiative by The Coding School'scodeConnects program, a leading tech education nonprofit. Fall 2020, The Coding School will offer an unprecedented year-long quantum course for high school students. The virtual course is being led by Francisca Vasconcelos, a Rhodes Scholar and MIT graduate.

The Coding School is dedicated to ensuring computer science education is accessible, supportive, and empowering. Pioneering high-quality online, live coding education since 2017, they've taught over 70,000 hours of coding instruction to students nationwide and across 40 countries.

"To ensure long-term employability and social mobility, it's critical to look forward to the tech skills of the future and prepare students with those now. Quantum computation is one of those skills. We're proud at The Coding School to be paving the way in equipping the next generation by making quantum education accessible for all," remarked Kiera Peltz, founder of The Coding School.

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List of Nanotechnology Conferences June 08-09, 2020 6th International Conference and Expo on Ceramics and Composite Materials, Frankfurt, Germany June 12-13, 2020 32nd Nano Congress for Future Advancements, Frankfurt, Germany June 15-16, 2020 33rd International Conference on Nanomaterials and Nanotechnology, London, UK June 22-23, 2020 26th International Conference on Advanced Materials & Nanotechnology, Brisbane, Australia June 22-23, 2020 21st World Congress on Materials Science and Engineering, Rome, Italy June 26-27, 2020 33rd International Conference on Nanoscience, Nanotechnology and Nanoengineering, Paris, France July 09-10, 2020 World Congress on Nanotechnology and Advanced Materials, Geneva, Switzerland July 15-16, 2020 22nd International Conference on Advanced Energy Materials and Research, Vienna, Austria July 27-28, 2020 27th International conference on Materials Science and Nanotechnology, London, UK July 27-28, 2020 35th World Congress on Materials Science and Nanotechnology, Amsterdam, Netherlands August 03-04, 2020 32ndInternational Conference and Expo on Nanosciences and Nanotechnology, Zurich, Switzerland August 03-04, 2020 4th World Congress on Nanoscience and Nano Technology, Hanoi, Vietnam August 21-22, 2020 17th Nanotechnology & Nanomedicine Congress, Osaka, Japan August 24-25, 2020 Annual Conference on Biofuels & Biopolymers, Vancouver, Canada August 24-25, 2020 3rd International Conference on Renewable Energy and Resources, Vancouver, Canada August 31-01, 2020 5th Annual Conference and Expo on Biomaterials, Rome, Italy August 31-01, 2020 18th International Conference on Emerging Materials and Nanotechnology, Rome, Italy September 07-08, 2020 World Congress on Advanced Nano Research and Nano Tech Applications, Sydney, Australia September 14-15, 2020 36th International Conference on Advanced Nanotechnology, Dubai, UAE September 21-23, 2020 International Conferences on Nanotechnology & Chemistry, Shanghai, China September 21-22, 2020 21st International Conference and Exhibition on Materials Science, Nanotechnology and Engineering, Milan, Italy September 28-29, 2020 International Conference on Biomaterials for Bone Tissue Engineering, Abu Dhabi, UAE October 12-13, 2020 3rd World Expo on Bio Polymers and Bio Plastics, Milan, Italy October 12-13, 2020 6th International Conference and Exhibition on Nanotechnology, Artificial Intelligence and IOT, Sydney, Australia October 14-15, 2020 International Conference on Microfluidics, Dubai, UAE October 14-15, 2020 34th International Conference on Nanomedicine & Pharmaceutical Nanotechnology, Zurich, Switzerland October 15-16, 2020 3rd Global Conference on Smart Materials and Nanotechnology, Prague, Czech Republic October 15-16, 2020 9th Annual Congress in Advanced Materials and Nano Science, Prague, Czech Republic October 19-20, 2020 37th Global Conference on Smart Materials and Nanotechnology, Amsterdam, Netherlands October 19-20, 2020 International Conference and Expo on Ceramics and Composite Materials, Paris, France October 21-22, 2020 20th International Conference and Exhibition on Materials Science and Engineering, Bangkok, Thailand October 21-22, 2020 Global Nanotechnology Congress, Frankfurt, Germany October 21-22, 2020 37th Global Summit on Nanoscience and Technology, Paris, France October 22-23, 2020 11th Asia Pacific Conference on Polymer Science and Engineering, Tokyo, Japan October 22-23, 2020 26th World Congress on Advanced Materials, Tokyo, Japan October 23-24, 2020 Materials Electrochemistry Conference: Advancements and Breakthroughs, Capetown, South Africa October 30-31, 2020 2nd International Conference on Nanomedicine and Nanotechnology, Dubai, United Arab Emirates October 30-31, 2020 33rd Materials Science and Engineering Conference: Advancement and Innovations, Dubai, United Arab Emirates November 04-05, 2020 International conference on Material science and Nanotechnology, Sydney, Australia November 09-10, 2020 12th World Congress on Biopolymers and Biomaterials, Amsterdam, Netherlands November 11-12, 2020 3rd International Conference on Materials Science & Research, Paris, France November 18-19, 2020 4th Global Meet on Materials Science and Nano Materials, Singapore, Singapore November 18-19, 2020 4th Annual Meet on NanoScience And Nanotechnology, Singapore, Singapore November 19-20, 2020 International Conference on Nanomaterials and Nanophotonics, Berlin, Germany November 23-24, 2020 22nd Materials Science and Nano Tech Expo, Helsinki, Finland November 23-24, 2020 34th International Conference on Nanotechnology & Expo, London, UK November 23-24, 2020 31st World Nano Conference, Barcelona, Spain November 23-24, 2020 Applied Nanotechnology Summit China, Paris, France November 23-24, 2020 33rd International Conference on Nano Materials and Nanotechnology, Edinburgh, Scotland November 23-24, 2020 25th International Conference on Advanced Materials & Nanotechnology, Barcelona, Spain November 25-26, 2020 5th International Conference on Quantum Physics and Mechanics, Berlin, Germany December 10-11, 2020 21st World Summit on Nanotechnology and Expo, Osaka, Japan

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In December 2017, the Strano Research Group at MIT published a paper in the journal Nano Letters about how it modified four plant species spinach, arugula, kale, and watercress to emit light. The prototype glowed for 3.5 hours with a yellowish-green light about one-thousandth the amount needed for reading, though one of the projects trademark photos shows a three-week-old watercress plant faintly illuminating the pages of Paradise Lost. Strano says the next generation of plants will glow more brightly and for substantially longer than a few hours. He hopes someday plants might glow brightly enough to illuminate a room and diminish the need for other types of indoor lighting.

The light-emitting plant project is a part of a broader, relatively new niche of research within nanotechnology that Strano calls plant nanobionics. Nano refers to science at a nanoscale (specifically, between 1 and 100 nanometers, a nanometer measuring one billionth of a meter), and bionics refers to functions typically performed by electronic devices. Plant nanobionics is a developing field and thus still quite small; indeed, most of its researchers are Stranos former students. Strano is currently working on multiple plant nanobionics initiatives, from plants that can detect explosives to those that can communicate with cell phones.

STRANOS LIGHT-EMITTING PLANT is among the latest iterations of a scientific endeavor that began in the 1980s when a team at the University of California, San Diego modified a tobacco plant to give off light. In November 1986, The New York Times published an article with the headline: TOBACCO PLANT WITH FIREFLY GENE IMPLANT GROWS, which explained that, due to a genetic modification, the tobacco plant now emitted visible light in total darkness. Why didnt the editors take the easy bait: TOBACCO PLANT WITH FIREFLY GENE IMPLANT GLOWS? By the articles last paragraph, its clear the alternate headline wouldnt have exactly followed the Times commitment to truth, given that this glow could only be seen with the unaided eye when the scientists stood in the dark for about 10 minutes so that their eyes became acclimatized.

That effort, however, marked the first time a light-producing gene was successfully transferred into a complex multicellular organism. The team modified the firefly gene for the luciferase enzyme and spliced it into genetic material called plasmids, which were transferred into tobacco plant cells. Once the plants began to grow, they were irrigated with water containing another firefly compound: luciferin, the chemical fuel for light production. Both luciferase and luciferin were needed to illuminate the plant. (Every living thing on Earth that naturally glows uses luciferin. Most, but not all, use luciferase.)

In the past decade, biotechnology startups have continued experimenting with luciferase in plants. In 2010, molecular biologist Alexander Krichevsky at State University of New York, Stony Brook engineered tobacco plant DNA with both luciferase and luciferin to create a glowing plant that he dubbed the Starlight Avatar. The plant eventually became as luminous as a glow-in-the-dark stick-on star, and Krichevsky started Bioglow, a company that auctioned its initial round of prototypes in 2015 for $300 each. But Bioglow struggled to increase the brightness of the plants, and the link to the companys website now redirects to the unrelated Dehydrate2Store.

Stranos light-emitting plant is among the latest iterations of a scientific endeavor that began in the 1980s.

In 2013, San Francisco-based entrepreneur Antony Evans launched a Kickstarter campaign to make his own light-emitting plant. Like those before him, Evans proposed genetically engineering plants with luciferase and luciferin to make them glow. His company, TAXA Biotechnologies, promised backers a hodgepodge of prizes: a t-shirt with a $25 donation, a how to make a glowing plant coffee table book at $90, and, if you invested $10,000, the grand-daddy of prizes, a personalized message expressed in DNA.

The Glowing Plant project appealed to the public; it pulled in nearly $500,000 from around the world, easily surpassing its $65,000 fundraising goal. The project description claimed this money would go towards the first step in creating sustainable natural lighting.

A couple of years passed, and still no plant. Inserting six genes into a plant proved more challenging than Evans expected. After years of hanging on, TAXA Biotechnologies finally announced its defeat. It was a poor choice of product, Evans told the MIT Technology Review in summer 2016, shortly before the end. I personally feel terrible we havent shipped yet. But its not like we took the money and ran.

In 2017 the same year as TAXAs failure Stranos group published a paper on their Nanobionic Light-Emitting Plant. But if you Google glowing plant, the majority of hits are related to the TAXA Kickstarter projects demise. A press release on Stranos work lingers in the middle of the page.

It was just bad timing, Strano sighs. Even though our approach is completely different, I think the public is like, Yeah, right. Weve heard this before, and it failed.

IN THE SPRING OF 2007, six years before Evans launched his Kickstarter, botanist Jodie Holt walked onto a movie set to look at sketches of made-up plants. The crew, producer, and director awaited her input on the zany drawings.

Holt didnt hide her horror very well. They were too blue.

Though many years have passed since that day, Holt recounts this moment to me with some agitation in her voice. Blue plants on Earth would not survive, she says. They wouldnt be able to photosynthesize, since chlorophyll an essential pigment for photosynthesis gives plants their green hue.

Holt was hired by Lightstorm Entertainment in March 2007 as a plant consultant for James Camerons new movie project, the 2009 blockbuster-to-be Avatar. She was asked to teach Sigourney Weaver how to embody a true botanist, as well as advise on the imaginary plants that would exist on the invented moon of Pandora. Though the flora was to be fictional, Cameron wanted to ensure it was not fantastical.

The next time Holt arrived on set, all the plants were green.

If real plants on Earth can respond to touch, communicate, and shoot poison, why arent there any glowing plants?

A few months after the movie premiered, Holt was asked to put together a guide to Pandoras plants that described the science behind them. Hesitant to invent new science, she told Cameron that, without knowing anything about the environment on Pandora, it would be challenging to scientifically defend these plants. Cameron didnt miss a beat. He spent two hours describing Pandoras every detail: light level, atmospheric gases, chemical concentrations in the soil, gravitational strength.

In the end, Holt could defend nearly every one of Pandoras invented plants based on a real plant characteristic that was magnified for effect, such as response to touch. The only exception was bioluminescence, which doesnt exist in plants on Earth, but which Holt imagined could have feasibly developed on a planet with such low light levels as Pandora.

If real plants on Earth can respond to touch, communicate, and shoot poison, why arent there any glowing plants? I ask Holt.

Im surprised they dont exist, Holt says. She reasons that the trait probably hasnt cropped up because of energy distribution. Growth, self-defense, and reproduction are priorities but glowing? Not nearly as important. In the extreme low-light conditions of Pandora, a bioluminescent plant might attract nocturnal pollinators or frighten a predator. There are other ways to achieve these objectives on Earth, however, which may explain why plants havent acquired this particular trait.

TO MAKE A GLOWING plant in the age after Avatar is to fulfill a prediction. By grounding something that sounds imaginary in science, Cameron and Holt created an endpoint; now the science has to catch up and meet it.

Stranos team appears to have done just that: Their plants already glow brightly enough to be used as indirect lighting, and the method is straightforward and reliable and fast, because it works on mature plants. (To genetically modify a tree to glow, scientists would have to change the DNA in the seed and then wait years for it to grow.)

The chemical reaction itself is fairly simple: In the presence of ATP, or adenosine triphosphate, (the fuel of the cell), magnesium, and oxygen, luciferin undergoes oxidation, losing a few electrons and emitting light as a byproduct; the luciferase enzyme accelerates the whole process. To get the reactions components into the plant, Stranos team inserts them into three different types of biocompatible nanoparticles made of silica, polyethylene glycol, and chitosan. The nanoparticles act as little boxes that hold, respectively, luciferase, luciferin, and another enzyme that lengthens the duration of the light emission.

Whether it will lead to further development I dont know, but the fact that it works and works well is remarkable.

Once the reaction ingredients are packaged into nanoparticles, scientists transfer the particles into the leaves. They do this by giving the plants a bath more specifically, a fully submerged, highly pressurized bath, during which they blast nanoparticles in solution through the tiny pores in the leaves.

Harvard professor and chemist George Whitesides, well-known for his work in nanotechnology, believes Stranos team has accomplished an impressive feat. The fact that they can get a large collection of non-plant materials with different activities to work together with the plants metabolism, without having some component fail, and without quickly killing the plant, is really astonishing, he wrote to me in an email. Whether it will lead to further development I dont know, but the fact that it works and works well is remarkable.

The important next step will be to optimize for light intensity and duration. Not surprisingly, this requires a trade-off. In short bursts, the glowing plant can be very bright; for sustained light, it is dimmer. The team has found that they can affect these two factors drastically by adjusting the amount and size of nanoparticles. With time, they predict that they can achieve a light duration of 17 days at low but meaningful brightness, or alternatively a duration of one day at a level perfect for reading a book. Because the reactants eventually run out, plant owners would need to reapply them to the leaves. Strano believes people will eventually be able to accomplish this with a spray, overcoming the current need for a pressurized bath.

Other researchers have taken a different, fungi-focused approach. Working with mushrooms, they were able to identify the structure of the protein that allows certain fungi to glow. In the process, they discovered a new type of luciferin that is chemically distinct from previously identified luciferins, including that used by Strano. This new luciferin is produced by caffeic acid, which occurs naturally in plants and is compatible with plant biochemistry. Researchers have since injected genes from a bioluminescent mushroom into a tobacco plant to achieve a glow, a process they say is more cost-effective long-term than using nanoparticles. (Seon-Yeong Kwak, lead author of the MIT study, says that the materials needed to synthesize the nanoparticles are not expensive. She acknowledges that the luminescent reagents are expensive, but says the cost could decrease with mass production.)

But the continuous glow that comes with these types of genetically-modified plants would prohibit their ability to be switched off when its time to sleep. A nanobionic plant lamp, on the other hand, shuts down naturally when it runs out of reactants. Someday Strano hopes to create a mechanism, perhaps in the form of another spray, that could act like a light switch. His team found that adding the naturally-occurring chemical dehydroluciferin inhibits the reaction, stopping the plant from emitting light, while a small dose of chitosan restarts the reaction.

WHY PLANTS? I asked Strano. For one thing, he began, theyre generally low cost. Theyre also easily recyclable: Just toss them in a compost pile. We have a lot to learn from plants, considering they pump water efficiently, make their own energy, store energy, self-repair the list goes on. Theyre doubly carbon negative too, which means not only do they not release carbon into the atmosphere, but theyre also made of carbon, thus keeping that carbon from contributing to atmospheric levels.

Another obvious appeal is, of course, the potential environmental benefits associated with replacing at least some electrical demand with plant-based lights. In addition to household lighting, Strano can imagine a world where streetlights are replaced with glowing trees.

Moving a glowing plant from the containment of a research facility to outdoor environments raises a host of concerns.

Strano believes the energy benefits of such an application could be enormous. The US Energy Information Administration estimates that, in 2018 alone, the commercial sector, which includes buildings and street lighting, consumed about 141 billion kilowatt-hours, or 16 billion watts of power. A significant amount of this energy gets lost along the way: The total percentage of overall losses in the US electrical grid is approximately 6 percent, and the global average is closer to 30 percent. Because the light-emitting plant would be off the grid, no energy would be lost in the production of light. Given that the going rate per kilowatt-hour ranges from 8 to 33 cents in the US, it could be a huge money saver if glowing plants replaced even a portion of traditional lighting.

But moving a glowing plant from the containment of a research facility to outdoor environments raises a host of concerns. For example, how would a glowing tree affect the ecosystem? How might light emission confuse animal behavior?

My first impression is that the impacts of a glowing tree may be minimal, because, remember, youre replacing a street lamp, which is a lot brighter and already has impacts on wildlife, Strano says. Another concern would be the impact on animals eating the glowing plants. The materials within the plants themselves are technically edible; in fact, all three nanoparticles are used as food additives. For lighting something outside, we want something thats completely safe, Strano explains. But while initial toxicity risk may be low, more research needs to be done on how these particles could accumulate along the food chain. Strano concedes that a lot has to happen before we bring technology outside.

I discussed the potential pros and cons of the endeavor with Holt, who studied plant ecosystems in college. Its such a complicated question, she says. In a time in our history where were more concerned about climate change and negative environmental impacts than ever, I think the benefits of substituting a live tree for an energy-consuming streetlight would outweigh the risks.

But, she adds, it depends on the currency youre using. If youre measuring the impact on energy consumption, the glowing plant is a good option. But perhaps it has a negative impact on wildlife behavior. How do you compare the two? You have to first define what your goals are, Holt says. What are your criteria for success? How do you define benefit and risk?

A MAJOR SOURCE of anxiety around modifying living things is the risk of spread. Theres a long history of humans introducing species to new regions where they wreak havoc on native organisms. For instance, the Japanese honeysuckle, introduced to the United States in 1806, has overrun the East Coast and smothered native species in the process. This is a plant that already existed in nature; how would it affect our ecosystems to introduce a plant species that we modified? What happens if someone plants a glowing seedling in their backyard, and it reproduces? Could it spread across the country, contributing to light pollution and pushing out critical plant species?

Methods that involve changing nature tend to inspire deep unease in people, and for good reason.

Methods that involve changing nature tend to inspire deep unease in people, and for good reason. The smallest miscalculation could domino, causing monumental damage in ways that no one anticipated. To have a system that could escape and be heritable would be a really bad thing, Holt says.

Thats why the key selling point of Stranos nanotechnology technique besides its efficacy is that it doesnt change the plants genome in any way. Instead, Stranos team infuses materials into the plant. Because no genes are changed, the plants acquired superpowers arent hereditary.

But nanotechnology is a relatively new field, still in the early days of research. Because of that, some environmental groups, including Friends of the Earth, advocate a precautionary approach to the field, pointing to mounting evidence of health and environmental impacts associated with nanoparticles, and the ongoing uncertainty surrounding their use.

In the US, investigation into the biological and ecological impacts of this technology has been spearheaded by the two national Centers for Environmental Implications of Nanotechnology (CEINT) established in 2008, one at Duke University and one at the University of California, Los Angeles. When we started this research, we were, globally, taking a more contaminant view of nanomaterials, says Dr. Christine Hendren, executive director of CEINT at Duke University. But we havent seen the type of acute, toxic response that people were worried about at the beginning.

CEINTs research has shown that the impact of nanomaterials primarily depends on environment and context. For instance, the nanosilica used in Stranos light-emitting plant is extremely dangerous to the respiratory system while in the air, but it cant damage lungs when inside of a plant. Similarly, toxicity of nanoparticles depends not only on if the particle is toxic at its regular size, but also what other materials its exposed to in the environment.

Hendren believes that the biggest implication of nanotechnology will be a positive one, especially in applications involving renewable energy. But, she says, nanomaterials should be regarded carefully on a case-by-case basis, and scientists should engage with other stakeholders and disciplines to understand potential implications. We need to consider what are the ways that these things could get out of the matrix theyre in while inside the plant, and what happens if they do, says Hendren.

Strano agrees on the need to proceed with caution: We are not rushing out into a field and transforming plants.

While health and environmental impacts should be taken into consideration alongside laboratory development, its possible they may end up being moot points unless glowing plants could someday become mainstream. Paul Hawken, editor of Project Drawdown, which analyzed hundreds of possible environmental solutions to create a prioritized agenda for tackling climate change, doubts that will happen. These kinds of breakthroughs pour out of research universities, he said in an email. They are fascinating science, but there is no validation of their commercial viability. There is usually a 20-year lag time before they become commercial, and only 1 percent ever reach that point. In other words, glowing plants probably arent making his list of the best ways to address the climate crisis. The amount of system overhaul necessary to expand plant lighting would be massive and expensive.

Regardless, TAXAs failure demonstrated that the science should be solid before anyone even teases the idea of commercial viability. Indeed, some of the biggest doubters are Stranos own colleagues, who are unsure his efforts can technically succeed. Can a plant be a lamp? Can it talk to your cell phone? Can it measure chemicals in the environment? Strano asks. He thinks the answer to all these questions is yes, but acknowledges that the rest of science isnt there yet. These techniques are new and weird, and theyre not typically used in plants.

But he believes the project can teach scientists about these groundbreaking nanotechnology techniques, which will, he hopes, lead to several useful applications. In 2017, shortly after Stranos team released a paper on sentinel plants plants that are used to monitor environmental stimuli the US Defense Advanced Research Projects Agency (DARPA) started the Advanced Plant Technologies program, which seeks to develop plants capable of serving as next-generation, persistent, ground-based sensor technologies to protect deployed troops. (While it refers here to using plants only as potential sensors, DARPAs research around modifying living organisms for use in biological warfare is quite controversial.)

Strano sees this as a small victory for the future of plant nanobionics. I think people are understanding, he says. This is how the field will evolve. Im willing to be patient.

STRANO REALIZES THAT any transition that moves glowing plants into homes will depend not only on the science, but also importantly on normalizing the concept. We have an uphill burden in convincing people that this can be a real thing, he says. How do you do that with something that currently exists only in Avatar?

Stranos idea: Put it in an actual house. Or at least, a miniature house inside of a museum. This past January marked the end of a 33-week installation, part of the Nature Cooper Hewitt Design Triennial exhibition, in New Yorks Smithsonian Museum of Design. Instead of scaling up the watercress plant to room-size, they scaled down a New York City tenement building to match the current science.

The building model offered peepholes for visitors to look inside at rooms where glowing plants illuminated dining room tables and reading nooks occupied by tiny figurines.

Its part of this outreach to get people familiar and comfortable with the idea that your light could come from a plant, Strano explains. The person at the exhibit gets a sense of what itd be like to live in a house illuminated by plants.

Still, some people find foreign the concept of owning even non-glowing plants. Much like a pet, plants require maintenance. Are people going to water plants when they can turn on a light switch? Its an interesting question, says Whitesides. In the same way a person might prefer cats or dogs, some people like plants while others are indifferent to them. The latter population would be a harder sell when it comes to popularizing plant lights. But as to the plants already occupying peoples homes, Whitesides muses, Why shouldnt they emit light at the same time?

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Have you heard of physics? Medical Profession is one of the terms applied to make reference to scientific physics. It includes a vast range of issues that are related and the first rung on the ladder is really understanding that which medical physics will be.

This is a division of physics that includes the study of this nuclear and sub atomic degree in a framework of quantum physics. At the level exactly where contaminants interact with each other, it includes the study of science as a result.

Medical Profession has produce a method which could use several tools like x-ray technology to further analyze the internal organs and tissues of their body. This really can be an invaluable way of having useful information about the arrangement and functioning of the body.

For your sake of researchers, doctors and other wellness care staff, theres just really a tool which could produce imaging more easy. A tool called an optical coherence tomography is currently used for xray data acquisition that was quick and dependable.

Higher level technology similar to it will help to improve the healthcare sciences. Modern medical programs have improved better use of this tool treat sufferers and to help diagnose certain disorders. This implies far more correct and faster identification and remedy.

The human body is one. Physicists function with development and the research of medical technologies to make them more efficient, precise and potent. This can be definitely an intriguing area of physics thats remarkably popular now among folks.

The basic principle behind those apparatus are those that they use these very simple laws of mathematics. The theory behind that is centered on some proven and fundamental theories of math. Included in paraphrase checker online these are the thought. These entities have excellent significance in the field of medical physics. In order to get a better understanding of how these materials might make matters efficient, more efficient and more effective, you will find many materials which can be found the industry today which possess some properties that are outstanding. These materials may make technologies much more efficient and effective.

This is one of those fields which were made advances in using mathematics . Medi cal mathematics research helps in acquiring tools and many devices that can certainly help in cutting the sum of time needed to identify and cure illnesses. It has lots of software that can make medicine more effective and productive.

In the last few decades, several of the devices are based on the principle of quantum physics. These fundamentals are all predicated on the fact that is made up of matter waves. That was and also this may be exactly precisely the exact very same matter that is utilised to make tools and electronics gizmos which produce life simpler.

Magnetic fields have been demonstrated to make certain types of energy. Inside this way, magnetic fields could be used in ways to create. Magnetic fields are used in these assist and also MRI devices in realizing the interior organs and tissues of the body.

Medical science is a branch as a way to obtain thoughts and theories that possess applications of physics that has made use of a number of their absolute most fundamental laws of mathematics. A great deal of methods and ways are traditionally used in this discipline to assist understand the structures and use of the body. These include scanning and this also technology can be a valuable part of modern-day medicine that will help know how diseases manifest themselves.

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