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Nanoparticle Shape Tool

The shape of nanocontainers determines their ability to act as targeted drug delivery carriers by modulating their biodistribution and bioavailability. This app simulates the shape deformation of soft-matter-based deformable, charged nanocontainers for a broad variety of nanocontainer material properties and solution conditions.

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Physicell for COVID

This model simulates replication dynamics of SARS-CoV-2 (coronavirus / COVID19) in a layer of epithelium. It is being rapidly prototyped and refined with community support.

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COVID 19 Virtual Tissue Model

This app empowers users to simulate ions confined between material surfaces that are nanometers apart, and extract the associated ionic structure. The app facilitates investigations for a wide array of ionic and environmental parameters using standard molecular dynamics (MD) method for unpolarizable surfaces.

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Ions in Nanoconfinement

This app empowers users to simulate ions confined between material surfaces that are nanometers apart, and extract the associated ionic structure. The app facilitates investigations for a wide array of ionic and environmental parameters using standard molecular dynamics (MD) method for unpolarizable surfaces.

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About nanoBIO

The safe and successful application of nanotechnology in the biological realm remains a challenge due to the inherent multi-scale nature of biology. Engineering nanoBIO devices requires the knowledge of how nanotechnology-based devices interact with biological systems at the protein, cell, tissue, and organ levels.

 

The Engineered nanoBIO node at Indiana University (IU) develops a powerful set of integrated computational nanotechnology products that address this complex, multiscale problem in both education and research and facilitate the discovery of customized, efficient, and safe nanoscale devices for biological applications. These apps, tools, and frameworks span the range from nanoscale particles (nano) to cellular scale structures (micro) to tissue scale morpohologies (macro).


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Tutorial

Self contained demonstrations of various nanoBIO applications.

Demos

Simple demonstrations of various nanoBIO applications.

Educational Modules

Resources for educational modules typically given in lecture-type settings.

Workshops

Recorded presentations with interactive activities and supporting documents.

Accomplishments

The nanoBIO Node has worked to bring users to nanobiology simulation. To that end we have made significant progress with the following successes.

Apps and Tools

50

Users

2,400

Simulation Runs

27,000

Workshops

50

Know more about us

Founded in 2017, The Engineered nanoBIO Node of the Network for Computational Nanotechnology works to bring research grade nanobiological simulation tools to students and researchers who do not necessarily have extensive programming expertise. Residing in the nanoHUB cloud, the apps range from soft-matter nanoparticles to cellular scale biophysics to tissue scale phenomena including simulation of COVID-19 infection.