Ordinary chemical with an extraordinary property to be used in quantum computation

Main Point: Researchers have reported that a common blue pigment, copper phthalocyanine (CuPc), could be used potentially in the making of quantum computer. Published in: Nature Study Further: Copper phthalocyanine (CuPc): It is also known as Phthalocyanine Blue BN, Monastral Read More …






Tiny device to capture, release and study cancer cells

Researchers have developed a device that captures/preserves and releases cancer cells circulating in the bloodstream. This device has been developed by scientists from RIKEN Advanced Science Institute in Japan in collaboration with University of California Los Angeles and has been Read More …






Diagnostic tool to determine down to 20 nm of individual particles in blood sample at an early stage

Researchers from Norway have developed the sensor that is capable of determining the individual particles in the blood sample and can help to detect cancer such as prostate and ovarian cancer in very early stages. It is the world’s first Read More …






Nanoparticle delivery of cancer killing agents could improve chemotherapy; Research

Researchers have developed a nano-scale particle that could result in improvement of chemotherapy by delivering cancer killing agent. This research has been done by researchers from Australian Center for Nanomedicine at the University of New South Wales in Sydney and Read More …