Nanotechnology Responses to COVID‐19 (Open Access) [04-09-2020]
Researchers, engineers, and medical doctors are made aware of the severity of the COVID‐19 infection and act quickly against the coronavirus SARS‐CoV‐2 using a large variety of tools. In this review, a panoply of nanoscience and nanotechnology approaches show how these disciplines can help the medical, technical, and scientific communities to fight the pandemic, highlighting the development of nanomaterials for detection, sanitation, therapies, and vaccines.
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