Nanotechnology at the service of the Mining Industry 04/11/2022

Submitted by carmenibarra on Wed, 05/18/2022 - 19:57


Nanotechnological sensor monitors metal detachments from mechanical mining shovels in real time. The solution improves processes and the safety of workers. It also increases the useful life of mining equipment. A problem present in the crushing process is the grinding of metallic elements from the teeth of mechanical mining shovels. For this reason, Cedenna presented a new technological solution to detect the fall of these teeth, avoiding accidents and work stoppages.


CEDENNA Scientists Create Nanoencapsulated Fungicides to Improve Fruit Tree Production.

Submitted by carmenibarra on Mon, 05/27/2024 - 19:06

Cooperativa Ciencia highlighted on its portal that a group of CEDENNA-USACH researchers are developing nanoparticles from natural polymers, loaded with antifungal agents of botanical origin to prevent damage caused by wood fungi in fruit trees and vineyards.

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Plant nanoparticles developed in Chile open new horizons in agriculture and health

Submitted by olabrin on Thu, 04/04/2024 - 19:24


Today in the online newspaper El Mostrador the innovative scientific advance being worked on within the CEDENNA Center for Nanoscience and Nanotechnology, Green Nanoparticles, was highlighted.

These specimens come from a diversity of native and Antarctic plants. This milestone promises to transform agriculture and health, offering more efficient and sustainable solutions in pest control and the fight against multi-resistant bacteria, marking a significant step in the country's scientific innovation.

Tech farmers: They promote sales via cell phone and include pest control with nanotechnology

Submitted by olabrin on Thu, 04/04/2024 - 19:19

The modernization that the agricultural sector is committed to transcends social networks to also take advantage of scientific advances. Under this line, the Center for Nanoscience and Nanotechnology (Cedenna) seeks developments and discoveries for the detection of diseases without altering the properties of vegetables and fruits.

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SNA appreciates the invitation to the First Nanotechnology Fair for Agriculture

Submitted by olabrin on Thu, 04/04/2024 - 19:18

"Nanotechnology in agriculture promises to revolutionize the way food is grown, protected and processed, thus contributing to addressing the global challenges of food security and environmental sustainability," said the president of the National Agricultural Society (SNA), Antonio Walker, after visiting the First Nanotechnology for Agriculture Fair organized by CEDENNA.

The activity was highlighted on the SNA networks: Instagram, Facebook and Linkedin.



Successful First Nanotechnology Fair for Agriculture: sector leaders, scientists and companies come together to promote innovation

Submitted by olabrin on Thu, 04/04/2024 - 19:15

Anasac, in its news portal, highlighted the First Nanotechnology Fair for Agriculture, which it described as "a pioneering event that brought together prominent leaders of the agricultural sector, scientists and businessmen in a space for exchange and collaboration."

Nanotechnology at the service of Chilean teachers

Submitted by olabrin on Thu, 04/04/2024 - 19:13

In his opinion column, Dr. Samuel Baltazar, CEDENNA researcher, addresses the center's contribution to the training of teachers in nanoscience and nanotechnology, through workshops such as ProNano and the asynchronous one that is being held during the year." Nanoscience and nanotechnology are already present and will be part of our future. It is important to combine the efforts of universities, research centers and teachers to achieve scientific literacy.

First Nanotechnology Fair for Agriculture: Chile, from agri-food power to eco-food power

Submitted by olabrin on Thu, 04/04/2024 - 19:11

Usach al Día highlighted that with the purpose of promoting the advances that the Cedenna Center is making to face new challenges in the agricultural sector, and in seeking to establish collaborations between academia, the public sector and industry, the First Nanotechnology Fair for Agriculture, in order to achieve a more sustainable future for the country.

Nanotechnology: Revolutionizing inclusion and sports performance

Submitted by carmenibarra on Mon, 12/04/2023 - 11:27

The digital newspaper El Mostrador speaks with the executive director of CEDENNA, Dr. Juan Escrig, with whom he discusses how nanotechnology allows greater inclusion by enhancing sports performance in people with disabilities: advanced prostheses and nanometric materials are transforming their lives and sport .

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Nanoscience Photos

Autora: R. Abarca, Cedenna.
Campos magnéticos coloridos
Impresión de nanovolcanes
Estrella de Vanadio
Nanohilos de Cobalto
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