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While nanotechnology has often been used for biomedical applications, researchers are only beginning to explore its potential in improving the environmental sustainability of agricultural practices, including the reduced use of pesticides.

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To fight antibiotic resistance, researchers used nanotechnology to get close to bacteria that cause recurrent infections in our bodies.

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Scientists have developed a portable nano-sensor system that can help spot illnesses before people develop symptoms. The technology also enables doctors to closely monitor the performance of drugs, opening a new chapter in personalised medicine.

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Researchers are developing nanogels that reduce their size and are able to drop drugs into previously inaccessible cancerous tissues.

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Scientists have refined the technique of creating tiny particles that can dramatically improve the healing potential of drugs.

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Researchers have found that gold nanocrystals can reverse the damage caused by multiple sclerosis and restore mobility in sufferers.

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