What is nanomedicine

21 February 2017

Since the early 2000s, the application of nanotechnology in medicine has earned well-deserved attention for its potential to improve the efficiency and effectiveness of healthcare. But whilst simple applications of nanomedicine (such as bespoke drug and medical tool coatings) have already entered mainstream medicine, it will be quite some time before more ambitious applications, such as multi-component nanomedical devices, are regularly and widely accessible.

Read more in the blog Nanomedicine: Laying tiny foundations for a big future in personalised medicine

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