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Nanotechnology and drug delivery

Approximately 99 per cent of medicinal molecules don’t reach their targets and subsequently, stay in the body of the patient. As these molecules can sometimes be very toxic – particularly in the case of those designed to target cancers – research is being undertaken into more effective ways of safely transporting and delivering drugs. A […]

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Nanotechnology for Alternative Energy Sources

An introduction to the study of alternative energy sources. Researches use ground-breaking atomic imaging techniques to view hydrogen atoms moving on a specialized surface. Duration : 0:5:4

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Catalyst-free inner growth of single-wall carbon nanotubes

In this movie, we showed the dynamical process of the catalyst-free inner growth of single-wall carbon nanotubes by in situ high resolution transmission electron microscopy. Duration : 0:0:10

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Knowledge networks in nanoscale science and technology

The Department of Energy has seeded the nanoscale sciences and technologies. This visualization depicts the growth of its collaborations over time. Duration : 0:8:59

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OMPF subunit 2 ns BD simulation (top)

LINCS implemented for Brownian dynamics simulation tool with non-periodic Poisson solver (PM force) and including Coulombic and Van der Waals interactions (PP force). No explicit constraint on dihedrals/angles in this one. This is an ongoing investigation effort at the Electrical Engineering dept of Arizona State University, by the Computational Bioelectronics group (supported by the National […]

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OMPF subunit 2 ns BD simulation (side)

LINCS implemented for Brownian dynamics simulation tool with non-periodic Poisson solver (PM force) and including Coulombic and Van der Waals interactions (PP force). No explicit constraint on dihedrals/angles in this one. This is an ongoing investigation effort at the Electrical Engineering dept of Arizona State University by the Computational Bioelectronics group (supported by the National […]