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Flexible Magnetic Nanowire Swimmer for Targeted Drug Delivery 
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April 18, 2013   12:00pm - 1:00pm
 
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Nanomotors are nanoscale devices capable of converting energy into motion. Scientists made enormous progresses on synthetic nanomotors that exhibit autonomous self-propulsion due to the catalytic decomposition of hydrogen peroxide. However, they are not fit for the future in-vivo biomedical applications due to the toxicity of high concentration hydrogen peroxide. Due to their great biocompatibility, magnetic nanoswimmers can serve as the ideal candidates for the practical drug delivery, biomaterials isolation or nanosurgery. The goal is to create a biocompatible fuel-free nanomotor based targeted drug delivery system for cancer therapy.
 


 
 
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