NanoBiotechnology

Nanobiotechnology

Nanobiotechnology, bio-nanotechnology, and Nanobiology are terms that refer to the junction of nanotechnology and biology. Nanobiotechnology will be the future with Nanoscience developing nanomaterials and devices. This will leash to further convergence of technology with wide applications. NANOBIOTECHNOLOGY simply applying the applications of nanotechnology in biotechnology is called NBT. Drexler classified cells as nano masterpieces…

Nanotechnology in Medicine and Electronics

Nanotechnology in Electronics and Medicine

 Nanotechnology in Medicine and Electronics What is nanotech? Nanotechnology is technology, engineering, equipment and science lead at the Nanoscale, which is around 1 to 100 nanometers. Nanotechnology and Nanoscience are the study and solicitation of tremendously small things and can be used throughout the science fields, such as biology, materials science, physics, chemistry information and technology, and…

Nano Optics | Nanotechnology conference

Nanotek Conference BioLeagues Worldwide going to organize an International conference on Nanotechnology titled as Nanotek 2017 on march 11-13,2017 at Hamburg,Germany under the theme of Nanobiotechnology.Today we confront a strong trend towards nanoscience and nanotechnology. This fashion is motivated by the fact that as we move to smaller and smaller scales the underlying physical laws change…

Electrodes And Its Usage In Pollution Control

Usage of Electrodes in Pollution Control Anode and cathode electrodes for water electrolysis are broadly used for various electrolysis supplies, such as food processing, hygiene and other home uses With the use of  Electrodes  in industry ,industrial  wastewater will be treated A weak D.C. voltage is applied between electrodes arranged inside wastewater. The wastewater liquefies…

Bioavailability of Drugs

Bioavailability of Drugs

Bioavailability is broadly defined as the degree to which or rate at which a drug or other substance is absorbed or becomes available at the spot of physiological activity after administration (principal pharmacokinetic properties of drugs). In other words Bioavailability is a fraction of administered drug that reaches the systemic circulation. For example, if 100…