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NanoGel Origin

Nano is a unit meaning one billionth, or 10  . Nano is also used as an abbreviation for Nanoscience and Nanotechnology; these are branches of science and technology dealing with substances that have structures or features with one or more dimensions in the range of ~1-100 nanometres, where 1 nanometre is 10   metres.

Gel is a thick, slightly sticky substance, often used in medicinal, cosmetic or food products. To gel means to set or become more solid, or, for a project or idea, to take a definite form or to begin to work well.

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Scanning electron microscope image of 100nm-diameter nanoparticles on a human hair  

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Products and Services

NanoGel is committed to providing a variety of quality merchandise for customers by using the latest technologies and applying strict quality control procedures. Take a look at the products and services we currently offer and get in touch to order or learn more.

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Unit 2, 11-13 Orion Road, Lane Cove West, NSW 2066, Australia

+61(2) 9418 6050

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NanoGel

A novel nanostructured gel containing the active ingredient for a pain-relief product

This product is a novel nanogel formulation containing, as its active ingredient, a naturally-occurring compound found in human bodies and natural foods. In this nanogel formulation, the active compound can penetrate skin and relieve pain, without side effects, for a broad range of chronic and acute inflammatory diseases. We produce NanoGel in large scale for supply to commercial formulators who make and market the final pain-relief product.

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Design and development of antiviral treatments for COVID-19

Our team has extensive expertise in chemistry, molecular biology and nanotechnologies, and in the design and development of antiviral medical treatments.

NanoGel Pty Ltd owns platform technology patents on a variety of nanoparticles formed by prodrugs for treating viral infections. We have made several new nanoparticle prodrugs and are working in collaboration to test their efficacies against the SARS-CoV-2 Virus.