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Nanotechnology is the study, science, and manipulation of matter on an atomic, molecular, and supramolecular scale. It is a study sed across all the other scientific fields, including as chemistry, biology, physics, and engineering.
it can solve problems like insulin depletion in diabetic  people 
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Google Ngram viewer has the word "Nanotechnology" first being  mentioned in literature in 1968
Nano technology has its origins in the properties of Atoms, or  Atomic Physics.   One of the first to describe this future technology discipline was  Dr. Richard Feynman, of CalTech.   The idea is that Atoms can form specialized materials and  structures which can self-assemble and...
Nanotech is so tiny that it is around the size of a few atoms
The primary goal of early nanotechnology is to produce the first  nano-sized robot arm (nanobot) capable of manipulating atoms and  molecules into a useful product or into copies of itself.
Semiconductors are unique materials; whose electrical conductivity  can be changed deliberately, usually in a dynamic [reversible]  fashion. They are used to make semiconductor devices, which led to  the information Age of the late 20th century.
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Millions of dollars of research have gone into it, but only a few  have been created, such as a camera that you eat and it takes  photos of your insides and then you excrete it and give it back to  the doctor. Gross, I know, but it's what they do.
current technology requires thousands of molecules to preform macroscopic processes. even electrical circuits within a microchip are hundreds of atoms wide. nanotechnology on the other hand makes practical use of each and every molecule, meaning much more technology can be crammed into the same...
Nanotechnology can use to develop bio indicators a type of  molecules which will attached to infected cells, they also can be  detected from scanning.   let say nanotechnology can be used to develop a dye to indicate  cancer cells and when a patient given that, the dye molecules will ...
They have it but as the test it (nanobots) on lab rats they have a hard time reliving themselves of the waste from the nano bots and will die so technicly no not for the public for that reason and it is just to expensive to mass produce pluse some nanobots can be replace nerve cells the things that...
If you are asking about the application of Neural network in Artificial Intelligence and Nanotechnology then let me tell you that it is possible. Infact, a group of researchers from Columbian University are in pursuit of an artificial brain that functions similar to that of a human brain. Neural...
Nano technology can not improve software directly, but as  nanotechnology can improve the semiconductor materials it will help  the hardware to preform faster.
  It is used in making proceesors to make them work better and efficient. It raise to power 100 of 10 . It is used in many applications like ic, motherboards etc.
in a scientific enviroment.
Nanotechnology is used in a lot of things for its lightweight, strength, conductivity due to the size of the structure. There is a new material called graphene which is being put to use in micro computers (e.g phones, iPads etc.). There is also the use of nanotechnology in space exploration with...
MIT and UC Berkley are generally considered the top two nano and microtechnology universities by their peers. On the other hand Small Times (a very well-known nanotechnology magazine) ranks Penn State University as the top nanotechnology research school (MIT and UC Berkley not in top 10), University...
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yes nanotechnology does come under the mechanical engineering field but it also has other fields as the eligibility criteria.
Try free resource websites like WikiBook and Nanoworks. Check to  see if your county and university library subscribe to Overdrive.  This service provided libraries with e-books for a subscription  fee.
  No, nanotechnology isn't a disease; it's the science of working with things at the smallest possible level, so either atomic or molecular (not sure which).
A: The uses are immense the army would like for instance to have the fatigue made with tiny solar cells so there will greatly reduce the weight of carrying battery and it would be free power source and the worries to depleted battery will disappear.
Nanotechnology is the study of controlling matter at atomic level so it is no-where related to electrical and electronics.
The formulae used in the formation of nanotechnology are decades old, and were developed coolaboratively by the scientific community, especially those in the field of chemistry.
It is said that the scientific community invented the formula that  enables the quantum interface that enables the nano interface that  enables nanotechnology. This formula is not decades old as is  commonly believed which is why no nanotechnology product existed on  earth before 2005. Prior to...
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Nothing Currently it is the smallest most reliable tech we have (either that or the MIlitary has a secret base like Area 51 somewhere with something better)
no an ipod nano is not a ipod its an iphone
In Recent trends, all peoples are aware about the mobile phone and it utilities by different ways. Example: Communication, GPRS, Entertainment, etc. By the extend use of mobile phones we have to improve the function in both soft ware and hard ware. We would like to propose a model based on the...
Nanotechnology works in two different ways, the world of molecules and the world of atoms. the two are as small as one nanometer, which is one billionth of a meter. Nanotechnology was first mentioned in the 1860's by James Clerk Maxwell in a tiny experiment called "Maxwell Demons" that was able to...
not yet, doesn't need it.
  He didn't discover it, he thought about it and wrote about it.
A basic definition: Nanotechnology is the engineering of  functional systems at the molecular scale.
because it helps enhance humans animals food etc...
by extensive research
None yet. Nanotechnology has not developed to the point that it can cure anything.
A nanometer is a unit of measurement equivalent to one billionth ofa meter. To easily comprehend that, imagine an item that is 80,000times smaller than the width of the human hair, that's how small ananometer is. It is from this unit of measure that the industrycreating very tiny machines got its...
no because science has math in it to so i think yes math and scenic are in nanotechnology
nanoparticles are basicly microscopic particles. Nanotechnology is the technology used to manipulate these nonoparticles for human use.
Yes, it is possible to make humans with nanotechnology but probably not now.Maybe in around 10 years from now, so if your looking for the question" is it possible to make humans with nanotechnology right now" probably no?When they make them they are gonna use some real cells from humans.
Material Science is the best suitable course for Nanotechnology. However, some another courses are also suitable for Nanotechnology such are as Biomedical Science, Genetic Science, Microbiology etc....
it was put in things to make phones and other electronics
Biodiversity means diversity among living beings, all living beings require 3 basic needs to live: Air, Water and Food. we found nutritional versatility and modes are different, now a days we all know three P means: Population, Pollution and Power are increasing day by day, we have to face so many...
nanotech. can reduce e-waste as it consumes less material.
The electronics are very small and im not sure if the technology today is able to make them so small.Secondly,Think about if there we nanobots in bloodstream to protect from diseases.If someone was to gain control over them people who have them would have to cooperate or could be killed
*If a person has completed the graduation and wanted to do the Phd, it would in my opinion be better to do the Phd in organic chemisty because it will be easier for a person who has studied the subject. *But if he goes for nanotechnology in this subject you should also have the knowlege of physics...
Canada's National Institute of Nanotechonology was established in 2001. It is a research institution located on the main campus of the University of Alberta.
Advantages: NanoTechnology lets us make almost every manufactured product faster, lighter, stronger, smarter, safer and cleaner, and even more presice. We can already see many of the possibilities as these few examples illustrate.    Disadvantages: The biggest disadvantage is that...
Nanotechnology is better than biotechnology as nanotechnology can be applied to different career fields like electronics, medical, robotics, engineering and agriculture. So students from diverse fields can enter it. Biotechnology is limited to agriculture and pharmaceuticals.Salary, employment...
Nano Technology is a hot Topic.It is being used everywhere .I have and am writing articles on Nano Technology and would be soon publishing.I am a Textile Consultant.Yu can get Jobs anywhere wherever yu want.
Nanotechnology (sometimes shortened to "nanotech") is the study of manipulating matter on an atomic and molecular scale. Generally, nanotechnology deals with developing materials, devices, or other structures possessing at least one dimension sized from 1 to 100 nanometres. Quantum mechanical...
No, the integrated circuits that make an iPad are not considered nanotechnology.
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If the nano robots malfunction, they automatically reproduce, like splitting cells, It keeps on reproducing until the whole world is filled with it, this is called the grey goo. and this is what most nanotechnologists fear most. because they can wipe out civilization and humans.
not at all 50 is still a young age especially if your a fit and healthy 50 year old... If not maybe something will suite yah..
Nanotechnology has been the greatest impetus to technological and industrial development in the 21st century and has been recognized as the resource for the next industrial revolution. The evolving technology has already influenced a large number of industrial segments, and the economic activity...
murder of curse and getting rid of oil spills
Nanotechnology is Gold, prepared to the nanoscale. Gold has properties that attract scientists hoping to diagnose and treat diseases. Its benefit is very early detection of diseases, even in a drop of blood.
Nanotechnology is not a product like a microchip or an automobile. It is a process that harnesses the unique properties of materials at the 1-100 nanometer scale to develop new products. Nanotechnology has the potential to profoundly impact our lives in a similar fashion as the implementation of the...
It's not impossible. Search "zombie ants" as Zombies have been in nature for a long time. Search Rabies. Search Nanotechnology. Search Stem Cell research. There is various ways it could happen. It's unlikely it will happen, but certianly not impossible. People who say it's impossible don't know...
  Nanotechnology-enhanced paints and coatings are already on the market. Several companies have collaborated to create a paint product that containes no toxic volatile organic compounds (VOCs) and which has the additional functions of stopping algae and fungal growth while also destroying...
Nanotechnology can be both be applied to health related issues and engineering. Many companies are now trying to develop this technology to help improve hospitals procedures as well as robotics.
Probably not. When a new technology is developed, it is common to consider "worst-case" scenarios. These are imagined situations where everything possible goes wrong, at the worst time, in the worst way. In this case the scenario goes, *if* it were possible to make self-replicating nanobots, and ...
It's not dangerous.
When carbon forms sheets when it bonds to three other carbon atoms they are called graphene. Nanotechnology researchers have designed graphene sheets only as thick as a carbon atom.
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nanotechnology is about material, but in material science you work with any scale of them. if you decrease size of material's particle to nanometer, then you can find some useful properties. nanotechnology is working with materials in nanoscale.
There are various accomplishments involving nanotechnology. One such accomplishment is in the healthy industry helping surgeons. Another such accomplishment is to allow tracking devices into the smallest of items.
Nanotechnology is the manipulation of matter on an atomic and molecular scale. Among its pioneers are scientists such as Richard Feynman, Norio Taniguchi and K. Eric Drexler.
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Nanotechnology manipulates matter on the molecular level. The measurements for this range between 1 and 100 nanometres, Because it works on a nanometre scale it is nanotechnology. A nanometre is 1 x 10-9 metre, 0.000 000 001 m.
  Nanotechnology advances affect all branches of engineering and science that deal directly with device components ranging in size between 1/10,000,000 (one ten http://www.answers.com/topic/millionth of a http://www.answers.com/topic/millimeter) and 1/10,0000 millimeter. At these scales, even...
Yes, and we can expect a lot more sucessful uses in the future.
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Engineers withnanotechnology educational background are not very common inPakistan. Salary depends upon the company you're hired for.Multinational companies may offer you a nice salary ranging fromRs. 85,000 - 120,000 initially excluding other cash benefits.
it deals with small things
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Nanotechnology is already used to make more effective sunscreens,  conductive materials, and carbon nanotublules for making  structures.
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  i need some information of nanotechnology and how it is useful in the field of medicine. then what is stem cell nanotechnology and what is the application of stem cell nanotechnology.