Czech scientists created nanodiamonds for cell detection

Published: 10.08.2018 Related countries:  Thailand Thailand

Czech scientists have together with colleagues from USA, Germany and Belgium developed the world’s smallest diamond. The discovery opens new possibilities for researching the biological world.

 

Researchers from the Physics Institute of the Academy of Sciences of the Czech Republic (AS CR) have together with colleagues from Stanford University in the USA, the university in Giessen in Germany and the university in Hasselt in Belgium succeeded in developing the world’s smallest diamond. The discovery affords new possibilities for researching the biological world. Nanodiamonds can be used for the development of cell detection as nanoscopic sensors based on the principle of nuclear magnetic resonance.

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