Nanoparticles helping researchers develop novel medical treatments
Richard Moore, Institute of Nanotechnology, discusses characteristics and potential of nanoparticles in the Discovery programme on BBC World Service radio, aired on 15th December 2010.
In the first of two programmes about nanotechnology, Richard Hollingham investigates how a better understanding of the properties of nanoparticles is helping researchers develop novel medical treatments. Richard hears more about their characteristics and potential from Richard Moore at the Institute of Nanotechnology.
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