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References Balcerzak, M. (2013). Zagadnienia nanotechnologii w prawie, Czy nanotechnologia może czerpać z doświadczeń biotechnologii? [The issues of nanotechnologies in law, Is nanotechnology can draw on the expertise of biotechnology?]. In D. M. Trzmielak (Ed.), Innowacje i komercjalizacja w biotechnologii [Innovation and commercialization in biotechnology], Poznań - Łodź, Poland: Uniwerstytet Łodzki. Baran, A. (2015). Prawne aspekty nanotechnologii w kontekście ochrony środowiska [Legal aspects of nanotechnology in environmental protection, Economics and

] With such a short median survival, it is essential that we uncover novel techniques to treat patients with GBM. Current research shows that the genetic profile of GBM is leading to resistance to TMZ and radiation, but a major battle in the treatment of GBM is drug delivery across the blood–brain barrier (BBB). There is hope for patients with GBM because nanotechnology has been able to demonstrate the ability to cross the BBB. A number of nanomaterials, including liposomes, nanoemulsion, polymeric micelles, and iron oxide nanoparticles (IONP) have been investigated as

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REFERENCES Ahmed, T., Hyder, M. Z., Liaqat, I., & Scholz, M. (2019). Climatic Conditions: Conventional and Nanotechnology-Based Methods for the Control of Mosquito Vectors Causing Human Health Issues. International journal of environmental research and public health . . Dong, C., Hu, S., Xing, M., & Zhang, J. (2018). Enhanced photocatalytic CO 2 reduction to CH 4 over separated dual co-catalysts Au and RuO 2 . Nanotechnology, Vol. 29, Issue 15 , available at: . Fabianoa, B

.O., 2014, Nanotechnology and its applicaton in dentstry. Annals of Medical and Health Sciences Research, 4 : 171-177. Abubakar, A.S., Salisu, I.B., Chahal, S., Sahni, S., Pudake, R.N., 2014, Biosynthesis and characterization of silver nanoparticles using black carrot root extract. International Journal of Current Research and Review, 6 : 5-8. Abul-Ezz, A., 2004, Development of scientific concepts and skills and teaching methods . Oman: Dar Thought for Printing, Publishing and Distribution. Adebayo-Tayo, B.C., Inem, S.A., Olaniyi, O.A., 2019, Rapid synthesis and

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1 Introduction As a typical emerging and converging technology field, nanoscience & nanotechnology (N&N) has attracted tremendous governmental funds and scientific efforts. Articles in the field of N&N have grown explosively. With the rapid development of N&N, studies on N&N have been widely conducted by information scientists worldwide. Disciplinary analysis of N&N as a major research area has drawn many scholars’ interests. Numerous topics of N&N have been studied, such as impact evaluation of N&N ( Bartol & Stopar, 2015 ; Kostoff, Barth, & Lau, 2008