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Gold nanoparticles are made up of metallic gold atoms to create a crystal structure of 1-100 nm.
Rapid SARS‐CoV‐2 IgM‐IgG combined antibody test

Rapid SARS‐CoV‐2 IgM‐IgG combined antibody test

Engineers invent plant-based spray that could be used in N95 mask filters

Engineers invent plant-based spray that could be used in N95 mask filters

Study demonstrates new method to synthesize gold nanoparticles in cancer cells

Study demonstrates new method to synthesize gold nanoparticles in cancer cells

New prototype device non-invasively detects COVID-19 in exhaled breath of infected patients

New prototype device non-invasively detects COVID-19 in exhaled breath of infected patients

Researchers develop gold nanoparticles to reduce neuronal cell death

Researchers develop gold nanoparticles to reduce neuronal cell death

Developing a new rapid test for COVID-19

Developing a new rapid test for COVID-19

UMSOM scientists develop experimental rapid diagnostic test for COVID-19

UMSOM scientists develop experimental rapid diagnostic test for COVID-19

Researchers use new technique to develop experimental rapid COVID-19 test

Researchers use new technique to develop experimental rapid COVID-19 test

Nanoscope received NIH grant to advance ultrafast laser-based gene delivery to the retina

Nanoscope received NIH grant to advance ultrafast laser-based gene delivery to the retina

Researchers develop new method for remotely stimulating activity in deep brain regions

Researchers develop new method for remotely stimulating activity in deep brain regions

McKelvey engineers receive federal funding for rapid COVID-19 test

McKelvey engineers receive federal funding for rapid COVID-19 test

Researchers develop a faster, more accurate COVID-19 test

Researchers develop a faster, more accurate COVID-19 test

Building a 3D scaffolding to monitor tumor growth in real time and controlled environments

Building a 3D scaffolding to monitor tumor growth in real time and controlled environments

Advanced hollow nanomaterials can be used to create biosensors for early cancer detection

Advanced hollow nanomaterials can be used to create biosensors for early cancer detection

UT Dallas scientists awarded CPRIT grants for lung, kidney cancer research

UT Dallas scientists awarded CPRIT grants for lung, kidney cancer research

Novel tool monitors influenza A virus mutations in real time

Novel tool monitors influenza A virus mutations in real time

New achievement with 3D-printing could have applications in pharmaceutical industry

New achievement with 3D-printing could have applications in pharmaceutical industry

Super fast novel device catches and identifies viruses

Super fast novel device catches and identifies viruses

New technique could lead to better diagnosis and effective tracking of Huntington’s disease

New technique could lead to better diagnosis and effective tracking of Huntington’s disease

Leading researchers attend 3rd Annual Postnova Analytics FFF User Meeting

Leading researchers attend 3rd Annual Postnova Analytics FFF User Meeting