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Silver nanoparticles are made wholly or partly from metallic silver, exist in various shapes, and range 1–100 nm in diameter. Their small size and ability to induce cell death through multiple mechanisms makes them fantastic pharmacological candidates.
Silver nanoparticles in higher-power, longer-life batteries for ICDs

Silver nanoparticles in higher-power, longer-life batteries for ICDs

New ‘smart coating’ enables safe surgical implants; prevents infections post surgery

New ‘smart coating’ enables safe surgical implants; prevents infections post surgery

USGS researchers examine PAHs and PCBs sources in urban environment

USGS researchers examine PAHs and PCBs sources in urban environment

Nanoparticles from antibacterial textiles could harm fish and other wildlife

Nanoparticles from antibacterial textiles could harm fish and other wildlife

An overview on nanoparticles

An overview on nanoparticles

Chemists develop two-minute water quality monitoring method

Chemists develop two-minute water quality monitoring method

Nanoparticle antimicrobial gel formulation for topical use

Nanoparticle antimicrobial gel formulation for topical use

Coatings that kill superbugs

Coatings that kill superbugs

Silver nanoparticles may kill beneficial bacteria

Silver nanoparticles may kill beneficial bacteria

Silver nanoparticles to improve the safety of the world's food supply

Silver nanoparticles to improve the safety of the world's food supply

New technique enables the detection of biomolecules' dynamic reactions in a single living cell

New technique enables the detection of biomolecules' dynamic reactions in a single living cell

Nanoscale dots target and track apoptosis

Nanoscale dots target and track apoptosis

Nanoparticle probes with surface enhanced Raman spectroscopic tags for cellular cancer targeting

Nanoparticle probes with surface enhanced Raman spectroscopic tags for cellular cancer targeting