Magnetic Nanoflower, Vikas Nandwana

This image shows flower-shaped nanostructures, a next-generation technology for treating cancer. These structures are 1000 times smaller than human hair and can be programmed to reach inside targeted cancer cells. They are also magentic, allowing them to be visaulized inside the body by magnetic resonance imaging (MRI).

Vikas Nandwana

Department of Materials Science and Engineering

Tools & Techniques: Transmission Electron Microscopy

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