Production of ink for marking and encoding of securities, money, brand products.
Production of non-destructive anatomical control systems, diagnosis of cancers, severe virus.
1. Production of crystals for LED displays of televisions, mobile phones, etc. 2. Production of transistors for computer systems. 3. Production of components for semiconductor lasers.
Production of light-converting coatings for yield and speed of fruit plants ripening in greenhouses increase.
Production of printing compounds to increase solar batteries efficiency in consumer and aerospace industries.
Production of oil additives (tracers) to find the optimal location for oil and gas field development.
Production of sensors for radioactive ions, explosives and biological poisons identification.
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Quantum Technologies world NEWS

  • Cancer-targeted Nucleic Acid Delivery and Quantum Dot Imaging Using EGF Receptor Aptamer-conjugated Lipid Nanoparticles | Scientific Reports 

    Co-application of fluorescent quantum dot nanocrystals and therapeutics has recently become a promising theranostic methodology for cancer treatment. We developed a tumor-targeted lipid nanocarrier that demonstrates notable efficacy in gene delivery as well as tumor bio-imaging.

    In Biomedical

     Scientific Reports, 25 August 2017

  • Quantum Dots will defeat super bacteria

    In Biomedical

    A new study shows that Quantum Dots, controlled with specific wavelengths of light, can lure superbug infections like E. coli and Salmonella into dropping their guard, as it were, re-potentiating present-day antibiotics as fully-effective weapons.

    Published in Science Advances, the findings show that the dots successfully reduce antibiotic resistance of clinical isolate infections by a factor of 1,000, completely free of adverse side effects.

    Electronic journal Futurism, October 4, 2017

  • Quantum-Dot-Based Lateral Flow Immunoassay for Detection of Neonicotinoid Residues in Tea Leaves  

    In Agro-Industry

    Neonicotinoid insecticides are commonly used for pest control on tea plantations as a result of their broad-spectrum activity. However, neonicotinoid residues released from tea leaves into tea infusions pose a dietary risk to consumers. Therefore, a rapid, sensitive, and reliable on-site detection method for neonicotinoids is needed.Scientists developed a quantum-dot-based fluorescent lateral flow immunochromatographic strip (LFICS) combined with a broad-specific antibody for detection of typical neonicotinoids.

  • Heat-Resistant and Microwaveable Poly (lactic acid) by Quantum-Dot-Promoted Stereo Complexation.

    Nanofiller-tailored stereocomplexation signifies a promising and feasible pathway to develop heat-resistant poly(lactic acid) (PLA) materials. However, this pathway is thwarted by the potential adverse environmental issues of traditional nanofillers and the challenges in facilitating the nanofiller dispersion and selective formation of stereocomplex crystals (SCs). Here scientists unravel a microwave-assisted approach to exploit biobased quantum dots (QDs) featuring excellent capability to preferably nucleate PLA SCs.



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