Nanotechnology Definition

Nanotechnology is the technology that takes advantage of the unique properties of matter that has dimensions between 1 and 100 nanometers. To give you some perspective, a sheet of paper is 100,000 nanometers thick.


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What cannanotechnology be used for?

See our nanotechnology medicine page for the awesome potential nanotech has in creating a healthier future. If we ever fully develop nanobots. Due to the properties object has when it becomes a nanoparticle, the nanodevices we "create" can assemble themselves. 

That is just the beginning, we have already made strides towards microprocessors based on nanotechnology, new materials based on nanoparticles (like ceramics), and so much more.

The future of nanotechnology is just beginning, and we as a society are in the driver's seat. More and more new nanotechnology jobs are created every day, and the potential profits are limitless as nanotechnology investing becomes more and more profitable.

How did nanotechnology start?

In 1974, NorioTaniguchi coined the term "nanotechnology." Taniguchi is generally considered the father of nanotechnology, although Richard Feynman laid the groundwork in 1959.

Why did you create a page on nanotechnology?

I am a tech school grad student, and nanotech has always fascinated me. I have done quite a bit ofresearch on it, and I am working on publishing a paper with one of my professors. Whenever I would tell people about my work, it seemed most people have no idea what nanotechnology is. Instead of just giving a nanotechnology definition, I felt it would be best to go just a bit more in-depth.

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