Trinity College Dublin
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John Francis Donegan(40) , Louise Bradley(12) , Iouri Gounko(11) , Tania Perova(8) , James Gerard Lunney(7) , Yurii K Gun'ko(3) , Paul Eastham(3) , John J Boland(1) , Dermot Kelleher(1) , Kyle Ballantine(1) , Yuri Volkov(1) , Anthony Davies(1) , David Mc Closkey(1) , Ann Louise Bradley(1) , Tony Donnelly(1)
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A process for the preparation of a micro- or nano-sized product comprises preparing a sol, introducing the sol onto a substrate matrix before the gelation point of the sol has been reached, and applying a vacuum. The products of the process have a. diameter of from 1 to 10 micrometers and a controlled length of up to several millimetres, They can be used in detectors of sub-micron objects, including biological pathogens, integrated optics, cavity quantum electrodynamics, nonlinear optics and optical communications, temperature detectors, bio- and chemosensors, microchannels for optically and spectral controlled cell growth, optical mode converters, optical polarization converters, components for microelectrophoresis, light emitters, optical amplifiers and optical elements of quantum cryptographic systems.
A method for quantitatively and qualitatively determining the presence of a macromolecule comprises providing nanoparticles in a buffered solution, adding a test sample to the buffered nanoparticle solution, and measuring the difference between the buffered nanoparticles in the presence and absence of the test sample. The nanoparticles are preferably less than 100 nm in size.
An optical delay device (1) comprises a photonic molecule (3) comprising a pair of identical optically coupled microspheres (8a, 8b) of light conducting material, the centres of which are located on a common axis of symmetry (10), and the outer surfaces (11) of which touch at (12) on the common axis of symmetry (10). An input fibre optic cable (14) directs an optical signal at the microsphere (8a) along an input optical path (18) which is disposed at an angle ? greater than zero to the common axis of symmetry (10), while the delayed optical signal is detected by an output fibre optic cable (16) along an output optical path (19) from the microsphere (8b) which is disposed at an angle a greater than zero to the common axis of symmetry (10). The input fibre optic cable (14) and the output fibre optic cable (16) are moveable relative to the photonic molecule (3) for facilitating varying of the angle ? an the angle a for in turn varying the delay to which the optical signal is subjected in the photonic molecule (3). Additionally, the microsphere (8a) is moveable along the common axis of symmetry (10) relative to the microsphere (8b) for further facilitating varying of the delay to which the optical signal is subjected in the photonic molecule (3).
Therapeutic drug delivery and diagnostics systems comprise biologically active compounds associated with particulate carriers of less than 20nm. These systems can be utilised for targeted modification of growth, development and functions, such as gene expression, protein synthesis, intracellular energy production and transport mechanisms in prokaryotic and eukaryotic organisms. The systems are also applicable for controlled modification of structural and functional properties of extracellular components and tissue constituents. The characteristics of a biological site are evaluated and an entity is provided which is dependent on the site characteristics. The entity comprises nanoparticles of less than 20nm. A probe comprising nanoparticles of less than 5nm is also provided.
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