Nanotechnology Converges with Biotech, Business and Industry Trends Analysis

Because of their small size, nanoscale devices can readily interact with biomolecules on both the surface and the inside of cells.  By gaining access to so many areas of the body, they have the potential to detect disease and deliver treatment in unique ways.  Nanotechnology will help in the creation of “smart drugs” that are more targeted and have fewer side effects than traditional drugs. Current applications of nanotechnology in health care include drug delivery (in immunosuppressants, hormone therapies, drugs for cholesterol control, and drugs for appetite enhancement) as well as advances in imaging, diagnostics and bone replacement.  For example,…

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