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February 13th, 2006

Fraunhofer Nanotechnology Alliance develope bio-functional nanoparticles

Abstract:
They are only a few nanometers in size, but their impact is tremendous: The tiny particles drive cancer cells to their death in no time at all. At nano tech 2006 in Japan from Feb. 21-23 researchers from the German Fraunhofer-Gesellschaft will demonstrate in Hall 4 the great efficiency of nanoscopic particles as a vehicle for drug delivery.

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