In an interdisciplinary initiative led by Prof. Ibrahim El-Sherbiny, Joint Director of the Center for Materials Science (CMS) in collaboration with the Center for Nanotechnology (CNT) at Zewail City for Science and Technology, researchers developed a promisingrapid, and highly efficient electrochemical biosensor mainly used for quantitative analysis of glucose concentration in patients’ blood samples.
Researchers used gold nanoparticles (AuNPs) and HCV's specific genomic signature
The researchers discovered that a specific modification in a protein called histone that wraps the DNA made repair much faster in cancer cells, which resulted in therapy resistance.
A novel pathway to immobilize gold (Au) nanoparticles within microporous organic polymers
A novel way to construct graphene-porous organic polymer composite for electrocatalytic conversion of CO2
Researchers combined graphene and POP for application in the electrocatalytic conversion of CO2
Researchers encapsulated Silymarin in nano-sized particles
Zewail City: Innovative porous polymers for photochemical catalytic applications in energy and environment
Development of novel pathway to construct platform solids for applications in photochemical heterogeneous catalysis.
Novel therapeutic nano-formulation with potential for treating pulmonary arterial hypertension (PAH).
An Inhibitor Implicated in Alzheimer’s Disease May Hold Promise in Suppressing Doxorubicin Cardiotoxicity
In a new research paper, a group of Zewail City researchers investigate new inhibitors that could suppress the doxorubicin-induced cardiotoxicity.
A team of Zewail City researchers, led by Dr. Ibrahim El-Sherbiny, professor of nanomaterials and joint director of the Center for Materials Science, developed a new kind of nanoparticles-in-nanofibers wound dressing that could deliver drugs and confer healing in a single-dose.
Zewail City’s researchers identify a compound commonly used in perfume manufacturing as a novel DNA repair inhibitor
Prof. Sherif El-Khamisy has been admitted as a fellow of the Royal Society of Chemistry.
Prof. Reem Arafa, professor of biomedical sciences at Zewail City, was awarded the Advanced Technological Sciences Award for Medical Sciences
A team of Zewail City's researchers demonstrate a new method to synthesis Zr–carboxylate porous hybrid material, which can be modified to capture CO2
The Arab Thought Foundation has awarded Professor Salah Obayya, vice chair for academic affairs at Zewail City of Science and Technology, the Arab Creativity Award 2015 for science on Monday, December 7, 2015.