Dr. Christine Gulbranson, Senior Vice President of the Office of Innovation & Entrepreneurship of UCOP, and Victoria Y. Slivkoff, Global Head of Strategic Partnerships for Innovation & Entrepreneurship for the UC System
, visited Hangzhou for UC Incu
For 150 years, pathologists have been looking through microscopes at tissue samples mounted on slides to diagnose cancer.
Nanotechnology has opened new windows for biomedical researches and treatment of diseases. Nanostructures with flower-like shapes (nanoflowers) which have exclusive morphology and properties have been interesting for many researchers.
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