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Quantum dots and microneedles: A possible new approach to diagnosing skin disease

By / August 30, 2010

Microneedles fabricated with two-photon polymerization:Credit: Royal Society of Chemistry I first covered ACerS member Roger Narayan’s work in the field of two-photon polymerization a little more than a year ago in a story for ACerS’ membership magazine, the Bulletin. For several years, Narayan, a professor in the Joint Biomedical Engineering Department that is connected with…

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Nanotube-powered X-rays

By / August 13, 2009

Technology Review reported that carbon nanotubes are at the heart of a new X-ray machine that is slated for clinical tests later this year at the University of North Carolina Hospitals. The machine has the potential perform much better than those used today for X-ray imaging and cancer therapy. It speeds up organ imaging, takes…

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Roger Narayan – Tissue Engineering and Laser Processing of Bioceramics

By / July 10, 2009

Roger Narayan is young researcher working in the field of tissue engineering in the Department of Biomedical Engineering jointly operated by the University of North Carolina and North Carolina State University.

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