Frank Boehm represents Alias Studio Sydney in North America

From Alias Studio Sydney:

To better serve our new Aerospace, Nanotechnology, and Nanomedicine clients we are pleased to engage Frank Boehm of Vancouver Canada to represent Alias in North America.

A true entrepreneur and author of the respected reference book: Nanomedical Device and Systems Design: Challenges, Possibilities, Visions, Frank is the CEO of NanoApps Medical Inc.

Frank is also currently working on his new book  Nanotechnology, Nanomedicine, and AI: Toward the Dream of Global Health Care Equivalency which will articulate how synergies between nanotechnology, nanomedicine, and AI may enable the vision of Global Health Care Equivalency (GHCE) on a global scale.

Apart from this new venture, Alias Studio (Sydney) is privileged to be invited to contribute to this new book and be designated Director of Communications of NanoApps Medical Inc (Vancouver) in their dealings with both the Aerospace Industry and the nanotechnology, nanomedicine and space medicine fields.

Naturally, Alias Studio Sydney created and maintains the NanoApps Medical website.

Alias Studio Sydney edits and maintains NanoApps Medical’s tumblr and twitter accounts.

 

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3D printed microfibers could provide structure for artificially grown body part

Much as a frame provides structural support for a house and the chassis provides strength and shape for a car, a team of Penn State engineers believe they have a way to create the structural [...]

What if editing genes could fight rare diseases? [EU Science and Technology Podcast]

  From a post written by Mihalis Kritikos, posted by Scientific Foresight (STOA) at the EU: A new technique to simplify gene editing might herald a new era of genetic modification. What are [...]

Health 4.0 as part of the HealthCare Innovation Week. January 16 – 17 in Düsseldorf, Germany

Health 4.0 is a venue that brings together bright minds in healthcare to focus on the future. The biannual venue features great possibilities to network between payers and those offering their services in the healthcare [...]

Frank Boehm contributes to ‘The Physics of the Mind and Brain Disorders’ – Now available from Springer Press

Frank Boehm (NanoApps Medical CEO) and Angelika Domschke contributed the chapter : “Application of a Conceptual Nanomedical Platform to Facilitate the Mapping of the Human Brain: Survey of Cognitive Functions and Implications”. The book covers [...]

Dr. Johannes Lierfeld – Do nanoethics exist? Nanoethics in the advent of advanced nano medicine

  Dr. Johannes Lierfeld at the Innovate Healthcare Hackathon Cologne, Germany. "Do nanoethics exist? Are they a distinct field or a scientific phantasma? Forget that academic rubbish - we have to act now [...]

Internet of Things Advances with New Breed of “Memristors”

The internet of things is soon to arrive, but not until there are chips and components that can tackle the explosion of data that arrives with IoT. By 2020, nearly 50 billion industrial internet sensors [...]

Innovate Healthcare January 12th-14th, 2018 in Cologne

  innovate.healthcare is a hackathon for innovators passionate about disrupting healthcare with progressive ideas, creative thinking and active doing. We give you the opportunity to work on a real world challenge which we [...]

CRISPR Might Not Work in People

A sampling of human blood has turned up a surprise: most people could be immune to one of the world’s biggest advances in genetic engineering. It’s in our blood: Scientists searched the blood of 22 [...]

First flashes of light observed from individual graphene nanoribbons

For the first time, researchers have experimentally observed light emission from individual graphene nanoribbons. They demonstrated that 7-atom-wide nanoribbons emit light at a high intensity that is comparable to bright light-emitting devices made from carbon [...]

Using Silver Nanoparticles to Enhance Raman Spectroscopy

Raman spectroscopy, a method that uses scattered laser light to identify molecules, has become increasingly critical to identify and characterize specimens on the molecular-scale. However, the technique has a limited ability to identify molecules in [...]

Team modifies nanoscale virus to deliver peptide drugs to cells, tissues

By chipping away at a viral protein, Rice University scientists have discovered a path toward virus-like, nanoscale devices that may be able to deliver drugs to cells. The protein is one of three that make [...]

SaferNano Design and Law offers lab to market training for law business and researchers with nanoenabled products

    Opportunity from Safernano Design and Law Graduate students can enroll for an intensive LAB TO MARKET TRAINING IN MAY 2018 Students will profit and benefit nicely from our Lab to Market [...]

Nanoparticle Designed to Destroy Harmful Viruses

An international team of researchers has created new antiviral nanoparticles that show potential for outperforming current antiviral drugs. Current broad-spectrum antiviral drugs ward off viruses but don't actually destroy them, whereas the newly designed nanoparticles [...]

A Two-In-One Nanosystem to Combat Cancer and Drug Resistance

Cancer is often referred to as “smart,” and this term often refers to the ability of these cells to proliferate without purpose or restraint. The ability of cancer cells to develop multidrug resistance (MDR), a [...]

Nano-medicine inhibits progression of pancreatic cancer

Researchers have examined pancreatic cancer cells and discovered an inverse correlation between the signatures of miR-34a, a tumour suppressant, and PLK1, a known oncogene. The levels of miR-34a were low in pancreatic cancer mouse models, [...]

Macrophage nanosponges could keep sepsis in check

A team of researchers at the University of California San Diego has developed macrophage “nanosponges” that can safely absorb and remove molecules from the bloodstream that are known to trigger sepsis. These macrophage nanosponges, which [...]

Physicists take first step toward cell-sized robots – Video

  An electricity-conducting, environment-sensing, shape-changing machine the size of a human cell? Is that even possible? Cornell physicists Paul McEuen and Itai Cohen not only say yes, but they’ve actually built the “muscle” [...]

Carbon nanotubes devices may have a limit to how ‘nano’ they can be

Carbon nanotubes bound for electronics not only need to be as clean as possible to maximize their utility in next-generation nanoscale devices, but contact effects may limit how small a nano device can be, according [...]

Atomristor – memristor effect in atomically thin nanomaterials

In trying to bring brain-like (neuromorphic) computing closer to reality, researchers have been working on the development of memory resistors, or memristors, which are resistors in a circuit that 'remember' their state even if you [...]

Blockchains, Cryptoeconomics, and Emerging Technology Risks

The recent rise in the value of BitCoin, whether a bubble or not, has stimulated great interest in the blockchain, and a recent opinion piece in the New York Times places it in the context [...]

Scientists Use Electron Microscopy to Study Magnetic Fields of Bacterial Cells and Nano-Objects

A research team led by a scientist from the U.S. Department of Energy’s Ames Laboratory has demonstrated for the first time that the magnetic fields of bacterial cells and magnetic nano-objects in liquid can be [...]

Fewer laboratory animals thanks to secondary nanobodies

Antibodies are indispensable in biological research and medical diagnostics. However, their production is time-consuming, expensive, and requires the use of many animals. Scientists at the Max Planck Institute for Biophysical Chemistry in Göttingen, Germany, have [...]

Nanowire device detects cancer with a urine test

Cells communicate with each other through a number of different mechanisms. Some of these mechanisms are well-known: in animals, for example, predatory threats can drive the release of norepinephrine, a hormone that travels through the [...]

Plants that glow – Illumination from nanobionic plants might one day replace some electrical lighting

Imagine that instead of switching on a lamp when it gets dark, you could read by the light of a glowing plant on your desk. MIT engineers have taken a critical first step toward making [...]

Nanomedical Device and Systems Design: Challenges, Possibilities, Visions – Discounted until Jan. 1 2018

  Features Explores and presents innovative nanotechnological and biomimetically derived strategies in the design of potential nanomedical devices and their constituents Contains several post-chapter Proposed Research Tasking Lists to facilitate the further investigation and [...]

Light-up specks find and track tiny tumors

Scientists have created a method to detect tiny tumors and track their spread using light-emitting nanoparticles. The technology could lead to earlier cancer detection, more precise treatments, and even improvement in patient cure rates and [...]

Fluorescent nanomedicine can guide tumor removal, kill remaining cancer cells

Oregon State University scientists have developed a nanomedicine platform for cancer that can help doctors know which tissue to cut out as well as kill any malignant cells that can't be surgically removed. The platform [...]

DNA That Folds Like Origami Has Applications for Drug-Delivering Nanobots

From an article by Kyree Leary at futurism.com: In 1953, a pair of scientists named James D. Watson and Francis H.C. Crick — with help from the data supplied by the research of another scientist, Rosalind Franklin, — successfully [...]

The Future of Nanomedicine – Dr Joy Wolfram at the HT Summit 2017

  Dr Joy Wolfram from the Mayo Clinic explains how nanomedicine has the potential to change the way we treat disease. Filmed at the 2017 Hello Tomorrow Global Summit. Joy Wolfram, Ph.D., focuses [...]

Nanotubes go with the flow to penetrate brain tissue

  Rice University researchers have invented a device that uses fast-moving fluids to insert flexible, conductive carbon nanotube fibers into the brain, where they can help record the actions of neurons. The Rice [...]

Researchers Use Single-Stranded DNA, RNA to Create Self-Assembling Nanostructures

Nanotechnologists are making use of DNA, the genetic material that is present in living organisms, as well as its multifunctional counterpart RNA, as the raw material in attempts to design miniscule devices that could potentially [...]

Out With the Old? Blockchain Requires a New Regulatory Approach by Eva Kaili

  The following article is an exclusive contribution to CoinDesk's 2017 in Review. Eva A. Kaili is a member of the European Parliament, where she chairs the Science and Technology Options Assessment (STOA) panel aimed at assessing [...]

3D nanoscale imaging made possible

Imaging at the nanoscale is important to a plethora of modern applications in materials science, physics, biology, medicine and other fields. Limitations of current techniques are, e.g. their resolution, imaging speed or the inability to [...]

Nanoparticles as a solution against antibiotic resistance?

Around one in 3,300 children in Germany is born with Mucoviscidosis. A characteristic of this illness is that one channel albumen on the cell surface is disturbed by mutations. Thus, the amount of water of [...]

Plasmonic biosensors enable development of new easy-to-use health tests

Researchers at Aalto University, Finland, have developed a biosensor that enables creating a range of new easy-to-use health tests similar to home pregnancy tests (Advanced Materials, "Plasmonic Metaparticles on a Blackbody Create Vivid Reflective Colors [...]

Bacteria development marks new era in cellular design

Scientists at the universities of Kent and Bristol have built a miniature scaffold inside bacteria that can be used to bolster cellular productivity, with implications for the next generation of biofuel production (Nature Chemical Biology, [...]

Wet plasma makes a nano-sized splash

Silicon microelectronics and biomedical fields could benefit from a safe and cost-effective way to synthesize nanoparticles. Oil and water do not mix, but a KAUST team has exploited the distinct interfaces between these substances to [...]

Physicists excited by discovery of new form of matter- Excitonium

Excitonium has a team of researchers at the University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign... well... excited! Professor of Physics Peter Abbamonte and graduate students Anshul Kogar and Mindy Rak, with input from colleagues at Illinois, University [...]

Researchers use nanoparticles to target, kill endometrial cancer

Tumor-targeting nanoparticles loaded with a drug that makes cancer cells more vulnerable to chemotherapy's toxicity could be used to treat an aggressive and often deadly form of endometrial cancer, according to new research by the [...]

Scientists channel graphene to understand filtration and ion transport into cells

Tiny pores at a cell's entryway act as miniature bouncers, letting in some electrically charged atoms--ions--but blocking others. Operating as exquisitely sensitive filters, these "ion channels" play a critical role in biological functions such as [...]

Research team saves information on a single molecule

Over the past few years, the building blocks of storage media have become ever smaller. But further miniaturization of the current technology is hindered by fundamental limits of quantum mechanics. A new approach consists of [...]

Nanomaterials: How to separate linear and ring-shaped molecules

The purely mathematical property – linear or circular – can have severe consequences in the world of materials. Since circular molecules lack any ends, which could serve as a starting point for degradation, they are [...]

Entangling biological systems – Does quantum mechanics play a role in biology?

Nearly 75 years ago, Nobel Prize-winning physicist Erwin Schrödinger wondered if the mysterious world of quantum mechanics played a role in biology. A recent finding by Northwestern University's Prem Kumar adds further evidence that the [...]

Programmable drug delivery platform combats diseased cells at genetic level

A new drug delivery system that uses a synthetic-biological hybrid nanocapsule could provide a smart technology for targeted treatment of a variety of serious diseases at the genetic level. The hybrid offers a way to [...]

Using AFM to characterize cancer cells – An interview with Dr. Jim Gimzewski

From news-medical.net sponsored by Bruker Nano Surfaces: Can you please give a brief introduction to your research characterizing cancer cells? My name is James Gimzewski and I am a distinguished professor at UCLA. I'm in the [...]

Scientists visualize structure of key DNA repair component with near-atomic resolution

Cells continuously replicate to repair and replace damaged tissue, and each division requires a reprinting of the cell's genetic blueprints. As the DNA duplicates, errors inevitably occur, resulting in damage that, if left unrepaired, can [...]

Graphene nano tweezers can grab individual biomolecules

Researchers from the University of Minnesota College of Science and Engineering have found yet another remarkable use for the wonder material graphene—tiny electronic “tweezers” that can grab biomolecules floating in water with incredible efficiency. This [...]

New Method for Delivering Chemotherapy Nanodrugs Reduces Side-Effects

A new method for delivering chemotherapy nanodrugs capable of increasing the drugs’ bioavailability and reducing side-effects has been developed by Carnegie Mellon University researchers. Their study has been published online in Scientific Reports and it [...]

Biotemplates breakthrough paves way for cheaper nanobots

A feature of science fiction stories for decades, nanorobot potential ranges from cancer diagnosis and drug delivery to tissue repair and more. A major hurdle to these endeavors, however, is finding a way to cheaply [...]

Researchers discover big cryptographic potential in nanomaterial

The next generation of electronic hardware security may be at hand as researchers at New York University Tandon School of Engineering introduce a new class of unclonable cybersecurity security primitives made of a low-cost nanomaterial [...]

Nanosensor measures tension of tissue fibers

Bacteria are able to attach themselves to tissue fibers with the aid of a ‘nano-adhesive’. Just how they achieve this was investigated a few years ago by Viola Vogel, Professor of Applied Mechanobiology, using computer [...]

Drug-delivering nanoparticles seek and destroy elusive cancer stem cells

University of Illinois researchers are sending tiny drug-laden nanoparticles on a mission to seek and destroy cancer stem cells, the elusive and rare cells that can cause cancer to come back even when years have [...]

Nanotechnology in Medical Imaging

From an article at azonano.com, written by Shelley Stoakes: Nanotechnology is currently being applied to innovative methods of medical imaging. The development of imaging at the nanoscale has the ability to enhance the field of [...]

Space Radiation is Risky Business for the Human Body

  While people protect their eyes from the sun’s radiation during a solar eclipse, NASA’s Human Research Program (HRP) is working to protect the whole human body from radiation in space. Space radiation [...]

Nanoparticles can limit inflammation by distracting the immune system

A surprise finding suggests that an injection of nanoparticles may be able to help fight the immune system when it goes haywire, researchers at the University of Michigan have shown. The nanoparticles divert immune cells [...]

Nanosponges Could be Used to Protect Eyes from Potentially Blinding Eye Infections

In the last few years, the number of eye surgeries for conditions including glaucoma and cataracts has greatly increased and with it, so has the number of potentially blinding intraocular infections. In a recent study, [...]

Monitor UV exposure with an adhesive nanoplasmonic patch

Moderate exposure to sunlight has significant health benefits – vitamin D production, beneficial modulation of blood pressure, and psychological effects of well-being. However, exposure to ultraviolet (UV) radiation also is a major risk factor for [...]

Report highlights opportunities and risks associated with synthetic biology and bioengineering

Human genome editing, 3D-printed replacement organs and artificial photosynthesis - the field of bioengineering offers great promise for tackling the major challenges that face our society. But as a new article out today highlights, these [...]

Nanoparticles could allow for faster, better medicine

Gold nanoparticles could help make drugs act more quickly and effectively, according to new research conducted at Binghamton University, State University of New York. Nanoparticles are microscopic particles that are bigger than atoms but smaller [...]

Breakthrough discovery in diagnostic tools that can replace commonly used and fragile antibodies

Experts from the Biotechnology Group at the University of Leicester led by Professor Sergey Piletsky in collaboration with the spin-off company MIP Diagnostics Ltd have announced the development of polymeric materials with molecular recognition capabilities [...]

Breakthrough could launch organic electronics beyond cell phone screens

A discovery by an international team of researchers from Princeton University, the Georgia Institute of Technology and Humboldt University in Berlin points the way to more widespread use of an advanced technology generally known as [...]

Nanowired Drugs for Treating Alzheimer’s and Parkinson’s Diseases

Millions of Americans suffer from neurodegenerative diseases such as Parkinson’s and Alzheimer’s. Researchers have identified new treatments, such as cerebrolysin, which are promising, but present clinical approaches are ineffective as critical concentrations of the drug [...]

Nanotechnology might help farmers fight climate change, pests and disease–and boost yields

The sun is strong, the sky Hollywood-set blue, but the wind is brutal. This is confounding the work of Wade Elmer, chief scientist for the Department of Plant Pathology and Ecology at the Connecticut Agricultural [...]

New Study Highlights Bone-Targeted Nanoparticle Treatment for Prostate Cancer

In certain patients, castrate-resistant or metastatic prostate cancer can spread to the bone. Although many new treatments are available, they can have a hard time reaching the bone and frequently result in missing the metastatic [...]

Next-generation optogenetic molecules control single neurons

Researchers at MIT and Paris Descartes University have developed a new optogenetic technique that sculpts light to target individual cells bearing engineered light-sensitive molecules, so that individual neurons can be precisely stimulated. Until now, it [...]

Zipping DNA

What do you do if you have a large document or a high-resolution image that is too big to send via email? You simply zip it to a more manageable size using a suitable software. [...]

Nanoparticles can limit inflammation by distracting the immune system

A surprise finding suggests that an injection of nanoparticles may be able to help fight the immune system when it goes haywire, researchers at the University of Michigan have shown (ACS Nano, "Neutrophil-particle interactions in [...]

New Research on Nanotechnology Drug Delivery Market: Studying Influencing Factors and Key Players

Nanotechnology Drug Delivery mainly used in healthcare applications such as such as neurology, anti-infective, cardiovascular disorders, and others. They are part of active application of the transport drugs to the final location of therapeutic intervention [...]

Researchers Develop Polymer Nanoagents to Light Up Tiny Areas of Diseased Tissues

Polymer nanoagents capable of ‘lighting up’ small areas of diseased tissues that standard methods fail to detect, have been developed by a research team headed by Nanyang Technological University, Singapore (NTU Singapore). The nanoagents, called [...]

Scientists create ‘tracking’ nanoagents to illuminate very small diseased tissues

Polymer nanoagents that can 'light up' tiny areas of diseased tissues that conventional methods fail to detect, have been created by a research team led by Nanyang Technological University, Singapore (NTU Singapore) The nanoagents, known [...]

Nanoshells could deliver more chemo with fewer side effects

Researchers investigating ways to deliver high doses of cancer-killing drugs inside tumors have shown they can use a laser and light-activated gold nanoparticles to remotely trigger the release of approved cancer drugs inside cancer cells [...]

Nanomedicine Researchers Discover New Use for 70-Year-Old Drug

A recent study reveals that a 70-year-old malaria drug is capable of blocking immune cells in the liver allowing the arrival of nanoparticles at their intended tumor site, thus overcoming a major obstacle of targeted [...]

Potential new treatment for Fragile X targets one gene to affect many

In Fragile X Syndrome–the leading genetic form of intellectual disability and autism–the effects of a single defective gene ripple through a series of chemical pathways, altering signals between brain cells. It’s a complex condition, but [...]

New Nanoscale Optical ‘Abacus’ Uses Light Signals to Perform Arithmetic Computations

One of the most rudimentary methods of counting has received a 21st century make-over due to the quest for developing more powerful and ever-faster computers. A global team of Researchers, including Professor C. David Wright [...]

Nano-sized gold particles have been shaped to behave as clones in biomedicine

Shaping nanometric gold particles - of the size of millionths of a millimeter - to improve their properties in biomedicine and photonics has been made possible thanks to a special laser system in a work [...]

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