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.

"These nanoparticles are then what we use to carry out biological activity tests, for example, control of phytopathogenic fungi, bacteria, etc.," Dr. Gustavo Zúñiga, a researcher at the Center for Nanoscience and Nanotechnology and developer of this technology, told El Mostrador. technology.

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