Nanomaterials present many unique advantages versus traditional technologies & methodologies when it comes to innovations in the Life Sciences industry.
Inorganic nanomaterials have been found to be successful in a wide range of applications and can provide many benefits. For example, the unique thermal, electrical, optical and magnetic properties of nanomaterials present ideal innovation opportunities for existing products and for new product development in imaging, diagnostic assays, biosensors and medical devices.
The use of inorganic nanomaterials in targeted drug delivery and therapeutic nanomedicine applications has expanded dramatically, due to the unique ability of the nanoparticles to cross physiological barriers and deliver drugs to target sites.
Additionally, there has been significant adoption in the use of antimicrobial nanomaterials for medical equipment, coatings, films and fabrics — they are biocompatible and effective against multidrug resistant microorganisms.
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Cerion has developed a variety of nanomaterials for customers in these Life Sciences product areas. Whether for in vitro diagnostic applications or in vivo applications requiring biocompatibility through stabilizers or polymers, our scientists will work with you to harness the transformational capabilities of nanomaterials in your product.
Inorganic nanomaterials used in Life Sciences applications
Devices, Implants & Coatings