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Nanotechnology for Targeted Cancer Therapy

A short animation outlining the fundamentals of targeted nanomedicine for cancer therapy, one of our group’s primary research focuses. For more information, see http://nanomedicine.uwaterloo.ca © 2010 University of Waterloo Frank Gu Research Group Waterloo Institute for Nanotechnology Department of Chemical Engineering Duration : 0:5:3

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Nanotechnology and Diagnosis and Treatment of Cancer

Nanotechnology and Diagnosis and Treatment of Cancer Duration : 0:2:26

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NanoTumor Center – Fighting Cancer with Nanotechnology

Award-winning video featuring an overview of leading-edge cancer nanotechnology research at University of California, San Diego’s Moore Cancer Center. The NanoTumor Center is funded by NCI Alliance for Nanotechnology and the video is produced by NanoTecNexus in collaboration with Mindeliver Media. Duration : 0:3:13

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Searching for New Treatments for Pediatric Cancer – Childrens Hospital Los Angeles

Dr. Timothy Triche and his team at The Saban Research Institute at our hospital are working to find better and safer treatments for children with cancer. His team is developing nanotechnology in order to deliver targeted chemotherapy payloads directly to the cancer cells, leaving the healthy cells in tact. Duration : 0:4:0

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Cancer Chip

Researchers have found a new way to identify loose cancer cells in patients’ blood. As this ScienCentral News video explains, use of a high tech chip could give doctors a quicker and less invasive way to tell if treatments are working. Duration : 0:1:32

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Gold nanoshells and Cancer – 2/2

Part 2 of an instructional video showing how to do the demonstration, “Gold Nanoshells and Cancer”, which is about a possible new cancer treatment using nanotechnology. Duration : 0:9:11

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Gold nanoshells and Cancer – 1/2

This is an instructional video showing how to do the demonstration, “Gold Nanoshells and Cancer”, which is about a possible new cancer treatment using nanotechnology. Duration : 0:8:53

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Nanotechnology Cancer Treatment

Nanotechnology research holds promise for cancer treatment as an alternative to chemotherapy. Duration : 0:3:59

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Nanotechnology’s Role in Fighting Cancer

One of the predominant features of nano-materials is an extremely high surface area. Emerging Science joins Chris Landry, professor of chemistry at the University of Vermont, as he describes how nanotechnology applications are improving the efficacy of cancer drugs by delivering more medicine to patients. Duration : 0:2:29

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Intravital microscopy of HT1080-GFP tagged fibrosacroma tumour cells rolling

Intravital microscopy of HT1080-GFP tagged fibrosacroma tumour cells rolling. Video courtesy of Prof. Robert Hoffman (Anti-Cancer Inc.) and Prof. William Gallagher (University College Dublin) Duration : 0:0:7