Penn State produces tiny capsules that deliver

“People probably fear the effects of some treatments more than they fear the disease they treat,” says Huda A. Jerri, a Penn State graduate student in chemical engineering. “The drugs are poison. Treatment is a matter of dosage so that it kills the cancer and not the patient. Targeted treatment becomes very important.”

January 14, 2009: Apogee Power Inc., a Silicon Valley based clean tech battery research company, has launched nanotechnology-enhanced lithium cordless power tools and power tool replacement batteries, the company announced in a news release.


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