Nanotechnology

Last Update: July 17, 2017


Nanotechnology has emerged as ‘the latest technological advances’; the ‘driving force’ to manipulation of materials in terms of ‘physical, chemical and biological properties’.


It not only provides ‘human capabilities on technological front’; its power shift in renewable energy and sustainability is highly efficient.


Nano-materials positively contribute to energy savings through ‘efficient distribution and power transmission’. Its ‘smart glass and electrochromic windows’ of nano-materials built maximize solar power to heating premises.


Nano-materials help enhance the capacity of batteries, solar and fuel cells to superconductive in energy supply; and storage as super-capacitors.


Nanotechnology in ICT research and development is vital in the past 20 years; ‘in both academia and industry’.


Presently, ‘quantum effects’ for the development of ‘integrated circuits’ are challenges now facing the ‘miniaturization path’ of Nano-size materials.


Improvised new approaches to nanotechnology capabilities will be needed to exploiting and ‘creating new methods of data storage and processing’; to precisely determine ‘quantum properties’.

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MKearns Premium
It has transformational value in medical technology with human body insertion of nanobots Anna!
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annash Premium
Exactly Mike, Nanobots - amazing solutions to health care problems. Cheers!
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AlexEvans Premium
It is an amazing field of research, and development it hold the key to many advances
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annash Premium
Thank you Alexander, nanotechnology process techniques could possibly solve the issues of global carbon emission reductions through the conversion of ‘heat into electricity' known as Thermoelectricity (TE). Batteries could become obsolete!
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