Home > News > Not Your Grandma’s Tiger Balm: Cal grads reinvent ointment
November 4th, 2007
Not Your Grandma’s Tiger Balm: Cal grads reinvent ointment
Flex-Power's cutting-edge nanotechnology uses "liposomes" that, upon application, deliver pain relief gradually to deeper muscles, as opposed to the temporary fixes and superficial relief other brands offer.
"If you're used to Tiger Balm, or patches that smell like your grandmother's old closet, this is the new wave — just how PowerBar reinvented the granola bar and Gatorade reinvented Kool-Aid, we're doing the exact same thing," Yun said.
Self-assembling, biomimetic membranes may aid water filtration August 1st, 2015
Transparent, electrically conductive network of encapsulated silver nanowires: A novel electrode for optoelectronics August 1st, 2015
Harris & Harris Group Portfolio Company, HZO, Announces Partnerships with Dell and Motorola August 1st, 2015
Advances and Applications in Biosensing, Sensor Power, and Sensor R&D to be Covered at Sensors Global Summit August 1st, 2015
Nanomaterials In Cosmetic And Personal Care Market 2015 - Global Industry Survey, Analysis, Size, Share, Outlook and Forecast to 2020 July 31st, 2015
Make mine a decaf: Breakthrough in knowledge of how nanoparticles grow: University of Leicester and CNRS researchers observe how nanoparticles grow when exposed to helium July 23rd, 2015
Environmentally friendly lignin nanoparticle 'greens' silver nanobullet to battle bacteria July 13th, 2015
Mesoporous Particles for the Development of Drug Delivery System Safe to Human Bodies June 9th, 2015