Army funds drug delivery system for those inured by IEDs; drug vending ;

> The US Army is funding development of a delivery system for administering pain and infection control drugs to treat injuries related to improvised explosive devices, more commonly known as IEDs. Report

> The Institute of Nanotechnology in London will present a one-day course, "Nanotechnology for Drug Delivery" Sept. 30, outlining how nanotech is revolutionizing effective targeting of precise levels of drugs to treat a variety of diseases. Details

> Everything you've always wanted to know about topical ophthalmic drug delivery systems, but were afraid to ask. Review

> POSS dendrimers for drug delivery: the POSSibilities are endless. News

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