From basics to clinic: Cancer Nanotechnology
Cancer is a group of diseases driven by inherently nanostructural problems (e.g. DNA issues). As such, there are obvious benefits to treatments employing nanoscale structures and processes. Additionally, as nanotechnologies are developing at a rapid rate, it is likely that many new themes will develop within the area in the next few years. With this in mind, Cancer Nanotechnology aims to provide a forum so that the most promising emerging themes should be pre-eminent in the minds of researchers working in one—or, indeed, both—of the disciplines of cancer research or nanotechnology.
Nanoparticle design and manufacturing in cancer nanotechnology: challenges of drug delivery, targeted treatment and selective detection
Edited by: Željka Krpetić
First published: 19 October 2017
Nanomaterials to enhance the effect of ionizing radition
Edited by: Chun Li and Frederick J. Currell
First published : 3 November 2016
Nano Startup Challenge in Cancer - NSC2
Edited by: Fred Currell and Steven Curley
First published: 25 April 2016
Edited by: Suneil Jain, Helen McCarthy
First published: 1 July 2015
Cancer Nanotechnology has published a series of special article collections on specific topics. You can read them by clicking the Collections tab in the article box to the left.
Do you have something to contribute to one of these collections? We welcome further submissions to these, plus a number of upcoming collections. Take a look at the full list and find the right home for your research!
Alternatively, maybe you have a suggestion a special collection of your own that you would like to edit. We'd love to hear from you if so!
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- ISSN: 1868-6966