Advances in materials and propulsion methods are allowing for such wonders as tiny bio-compatible motors that could deliver drugs in a highly targeted fashion, or nanomotors that could etch out nanoscale electronics.
Scientist have created a dissolvable fabric that could be used by women for protection against unwanted pregnancies and HIV.
Rowan Norrie's insight:
Textiles have a growing role to play in the healthcare and wellness sector. They can be readily adapted with new materials, weaves (or non-woven), coatings and additions (such as sensors). This nanostructured fabric is just one indication in this growing field.
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A University of Washington bioenginee has produced paper-based diagnostics using plain paper. Treated paper can be used to do medical tests. Here, a biomolecule printed in the pattern of the UW mascot binds to a toxic molecule, showing that the toxin is present.
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