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Quantum Dot Skin Penetration Study

A recent in vivo study published in NanoLetters focuses on the impact of ultraviolet radiation on the ability of Quantum Dots (QD) to penetrate skin. L. Mortensen, et al., "In Vivo Skin Penetration of Quantum Dot Nanoparticles in the Murine Model: The Effect of UVR," NanoLetters, Vol. 8, No. 9, pp. 2779-2787 (August 2008). The … Continue Reading

Functionalize Carbon Nanotubes Deemed “Highly Biocompatible”

A February 2008 study published by six Stanford scientists examined the long term fate of intravenously injected carbon nanotubes in mice.   The scientists’ goal was to measure the circulation of SWCNTs in the bloodstream and to determine whether they accumulate in organs and/or tissues.  At the same time, the scientists also studied the effects of … Continue Reading

More Nano Silver in the Water?

A new product is hitting the market, the SILVER SEAL(TM) Antibacterial, Washable Keyboard and Mouse by Seal Shield Corporation.  What is unique about these products is that in addition to the nano silver ions embedded directly into the plastic for anti-bacterial impacts, the products are completely dishwasher safe.… Continue Reading