Collaboration for nanoparticles in cancer therapy
Nanotechnology, the study of extremely small particles, has immense application potential in medical research. Iron-oxide nanoparticles will have an important role in cancer therapy, diagnosis and surgery in the near future. The MaNaCa project will create a base for research and for scientific and technological efficiency. The Institute of the National Academy of Sciences (IPR-NAS) in Armenia will network with Greece’s Aristotle University in Thessaloniki, and the German University of Duisburg-Essen. Together, they will be supported by the consultancy company Intelligentsia Consultants Sarl on the subject of magnetic nanohybrids used in cancer therapy for three years.
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