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Monthly Archives: November 2010
Lower back pain affects many people and may be caused by degeneration of the discs between the vertebrae. Treatment for the condition using stem cells may be an alternative to today’s surgical procedures. This is the conclusion of a thesis … Continue reading
With a review pending, the state’s stem cell agency looks for new leadership, new therapies and more money
Lured by visions of nearly magical medical solutions for everything from cancer to Alzheimer’s, California voters six years ago approved a plan to borrow billions of dollars to pay scientists to look into human embryonic stem cell research.
In-house stem cell therapy – another medical first for Kentucky. The first in-house stem cell processing system is being used to treat animals here in Kentucky and humans could soon benefit.
Asians are beginning to warm up to the idea of using their own stem cells to treat illnesses such as heart disease, fibrosis or leukemia
The first stroke patient has been treated with a stem-cell therapy injected directly into the brain in a ground-breaking U.K. clinical trial led by ReNeuron and the University of Glasgow. The PISCES study, Pilot Investigation of Stem Cells in Stroke, … Continue reading
After receiving an infusion of his own cardiac stem cells, Michael Jones handles stairs with ease, works his southeastern Jefferson County land on his tractor, indulges his love of woodworking and is making plans to start jogging.
GODFREY – Local supporters are getting behind a benefit to raise money for a third stem cell procedure on a 2-year-old boy with severe brain damage. The benefit concert for Will Weigel is called “Music for Miracles.”
THE landmark infusion of the world’s first stem cell therapy into the brain of a stroke victim could open a new era in patients’ ability to recover from their disabilities.
Cases highlight the challenge of policing multinational trade in stem-cell treatments.
Stem cell therapy for treating diabetes is still not adequate enough to combat the disease and research on this is still on, experts said Friday.
Can developing countries use nanotechnology to improve health? Priya Shetty looks at nanomedicine’s promise.
( Arizona State University ) ASU faculty member co-edits the second volume in the series Yearbook of Nanotechnology in Society that explores the significant impact new technologies can have on personal, national and global equity.
Reportlinker.com announces that a new market research report is available in its catalogue:
I have long expressed my skepticism about the claims that nanotechnology would enable alternative energy solutions to compete with fossil fuels. Now I have a companion in my challenge that I really should have expected, but still strikes me as … Continue reading
NanoProfessor Demonstrates Future of Nanotech Undergraduate Education at Nanotechnology Innovation Summit
SKOKIE, IL–(Marketwire – 11/15/10) – NanoProfessor , a division of NanoInk, Inc . focused on delivering hands-on nanotechnology education, is pleased to announce that it will showcase its Nanoscience Education Program at the National Nanotechnology Initiative (NNI) “Nanotechnology Innovation Summit,” … Continue reading
Nanotechnology may provide a platform for harnessing the power of “clouds” or “cloud systems” for al
Industrial Nanotech, Inc., an emerging global leader in nanotechnology based energy saving solutions, today announced that the Company is successfully expanding its sales of patented Nansulate liquid insulation technology into the Original Equipment Manufacturer (OEM) market
Scientists and policymakers both contend that investments in nanoscale science and engineering will create revolutions in areas as diverse as materials, drug delivery, cancer treatment, and space travel. The hope is that many of the problems of today can be … Continue reading
There seems to be an odd fascination for some experts, journalists and other assorted types to create lists when confronted with the topic of nanotechnology.
COLUMBUS — Although nanites, lasers and manipulating individual human cells used to be the stuff of science fiction, nanotechnology students from Mount Vernon High School are discovering that science fiction is now science fact.