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The Institute of Nanoscience and Nanotechnology (ION2), formerly known as the Institute of Advanced Technology is one of the research institutes in UPM established in November 1999. ION2 develops research laboratories in the field of nanotechnology and advanced materials focusing on the niche areas of nano-scale green synthesis and applications. We train future research leaders as well as share research findings, expertise, and facilities with research and industry communities around the world.

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Polylactide based Nanoclay-composites: A Short Review
Packaging is important in our daily lives because it helps keep products safe while they're being transported from the factory to our homes. But packaging also causes a lot of pollution. Making packaging materials like plastic, paper, and metal uses up a bunch of energy and natural resources, and it releases gases that contribute to climate change. Plus, when we throw away packaging, it often ends up as litter, especially in oceans and rivers, making a big mess.
Polylactide based Nanoclay-composites: A Short Review
Increased efficacy of biologics following inhibition of autophagy in A549 lung cancer cells in bimodal treatment of doxorubicin and SAR405-loaded chitosan nanoparticles
Increased efficacy of biologics following inhibition of autophagy in A549 lung cancer cells in bimodal treatment of doxorubicin and SAR405-loaded chitosan nanoparticles
From Black Gold to Green Innovation: Transforming Waste Engine Oil into Carbon Nanotube Cotton
From Black Gold to Green Innovation: Transforming Waste Engine Oil into Carbon Nanotube Cotton
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5th Malaysian Metal-Organic Frameworks Workshop Draws Enthusiastic Participation
5th Malaysian Metal-Organic Frameworks Workshop Draws Enthusiastic Participation
The workshop was honored with the presence of Prof. Seungkyu Lee from the University of Hong Kong as the featured speaker, alongside 10 other speakers from UPM, as well as other esteemed institutions and companies.
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