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NANOTECHNOLOGY

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Transcript of NANOTECHNOLOGY

NANOTECHNOLOGY
INTRODUCTION
The term " nano " means in the world of physics, one billionth of a meter ( 10-9 ).
Richard Feynman (1918-1988)
HISTORY
Feynman predicted back then that it should be possible to build up the material at the atomic level
Works at the atomic level.
A human hair is about 50,000 nanometers thick
Nanotechnology is used to produce nanomaterials
Nanotechnology is multidisciplinary
2020 the nanotechnology industry will have a turnover of $3,000 billion and create six million new jobs globally.
Creation of nanotechnology.
The first to consider the shrinking of object.
Early 2000s, the field garnered increased scientific, political, and commercial attention that led to both controversy and progress
Nanotechnology is based on so -called "atomic crafts"
HISTORY
MARKET OF NANOTECHNOLOGY
Nanoparticles, Nanopowders and Nanotubes play a significant role in different industries.
Composites keep beer fresh.
The Miller Brewing Company
First Response Company
Gold nanoparticles make pregnancy tests easy to read.
P2i Company
Global leader in liquid repellent nano-coating technology.
Works with leading brands and manufacturers, P2i applies the technology to wide range of products. (e.g. clothes, accessories, electronics)
Partner with TCL communication
P2i protects world slimmest smart phone Alcatel ONE TOUCH Idol Ultra
More than 1600 manufacturer-identified nanotech products available to the consumers in the market.
Used to treat disease and prevent health issues in developing countries
FUTURE OF NANOMEDICINE
Future : Nanomachines
NANOTECHNOLOGY:
NANOMEDICINE
Since 2005
REFERENCES
Bergeson, L.L., (2010) Nanotechnology: Environmental Law, Policy, and Business Considerations. American Bar Association.
Forsberg, E., (2013) Svenska Dagbladet: Så kan Sverige bli ledande inom nanoteknik [Swedish] Available at: http://www.svd.se/opinion/brannpunkt/sa-kan-sverige-bli-ledande-inom-nanoteknik_8590644.svd Accessed on: 27th of October
Fulekar, M.H., (2010) Nanotechnology: importance and Applications. I.K. International Pvt Ltd.
Ramsden, J., (2011) Nanotechnology: An introduction Micro and Nano Technologies. William Andrew.
Irmuun - Bluetooth
Discover Magazine(2013) Available at: http://blogs.discovermagazine.com/zenphoto/index.php?album=nanotech+products&image=drill.jpg Accessed on: 27 October 2013
Nanotechnologies (2006) Available at: http://ec.europa.eu/health/opinions2/en/nanotechnologies/l-3/6-health-effects-nanoparticles.htm#0p0 accessed on: 25 October 2013
Nanotechnology Information Center (2013) from American Elements Available at: http://www.americanelements.com/nanotech.htm Accessed on: 27 October 2013
Project on emerging nanotechnology (2013) from Nanotechnology Project Available at: http://www.nanotechproject.org/cpi/ Accessed on: 27 October 2013
Welcome to Bluetooth technology (2013) from Bluetooth Available at: http://www.bluetooth.com/Pages/Fast-Facts.aspx Accessed on: 27 October 2013
P2i protects the world's slimmest smart phone ( 16 Jan 2013) from The environment for Global excellence Available at: http://www.sciencevale.com/news/p2i-protects-worlds-slimmest-smartphone/ Accessed on: 27 October 2013
Dunkable (2013) from P2i Available at: http://www.p2i.com/dunkable Accessed on: 27 October 2013
http://news.bbc.co.uk/1/shared/spl/hi/pop_ups/05/sci_nat_nanotechnology___building_the_future_from_the_bottom_up/html/1.stm
[ONLINE] Available at: http://www.nanotechproject.org/process/assets/files/8278/pen_submission_cpsc.pdf. [Accessed 29 October 2013].
Guillaume - Nanotechnology
Jonathan - Biofuels
Ismail - 3D Displays
Creation of nanocells
Cancer treatment
Close future
Infinite Possibilities
OUR PREFERRED TECHNOLOGIES
Harmful Effect on Humans
Relevant characteristics for health effects
Interaction with living organisms
Health implications when used as a drug carrier
Effect on health when inhaled
Possible danger (Long term use of nanomachines)

Trend
Growth of investments
Decrease in size
Rise in power and functions
Increase products availability and awareness
Endless inventions
FUTURE
Surgery
Medicine
HEALTH
LIQUID PRODUCTS
ELECTRONICS
Kristina - Wi-Fi
Machines
Computers
Cellphones
Nano-Robots
Coating
Cosmetics
Washing
KEY LESSONS
Human Modifications
WHAT WE DREAM OF
Treating all diseases such as cancer
Nano Air Vehicles

Privacy VS Control
Social Impacts
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