I chose this article because I have a rising interest in nanotechnology. For the most part, the article covers the basic concepts of Nanotechnology, its potential in adding it to real world, and some of its future uses as sought out through research. To begin, the article defines what nanotechnology is. Nanotechnology is defined as, “The manipulation of matter at a molecular or atomic level in order to produce novel materials and devices with new extraordinary properties.” (Bright Hub Engineering, 2012). The closest relation to Nanotechnology is Nano-science. Nano-science is the study of the properties of structures, whereas Nanotechnology is the actual applied techniques used to fabricate and design these structures. Nanotechnology will surely lead to great breakthroughs in the field of science. Not too long from now, we will see more and more products coming from Nanotechnology enter our homes, if they already haven’t. For instance, I bought this technological product from this Nanotechnology company called NTEK. The product is called the Nano-Sign, and it is a 12-inch digital environment that plays different images in high ultra HD quality, like a real-life looking fireplace or aquarium, with real-life sounds, both of which I have and enjoy. So what are the basic concepts of Nanotechnology? Besides what we have already mentioned, the science is based on the nanometer, the scale at which they are measured; given nano is such a small particle. The basics are also entailed in multiple disciplines of science, such as biology, physics, chemistry, medicine, and engineering. All these disciplines put together are what makes the basics of Nanotechnology, which doesn’t sound so basic, and of course it’s not. Nanotechnology will change the way we produce entertainment, as well as many other products broken down to the nanoscale. There can be many positives coming out of the technology, as well as negatives, but overall, it’s set to make huge changes in the way we look at science in tomorrow’s world. The development of nanostructured materials could be broken down in several ways. There are many parts that go into the design to consider. There are the nanopowders, nanotubes, nanowires, nanomembranes, etc. The article also goes over the application areas of nanotech, such as energy, medicine, industry, communication and electronics, consumer goods, etc., that all go into…
music hubs, and the reallocation of
funding which that entails. This Essay attempts to provide an overview and criticism of
the current situation, some speculation on how that situation might develop, and how
these changes will affect secondary music departments and teachers in the classroom.
The scrapping of the English Baccalaureate has shifted the focus of this essay onto the
music hubs, the quality control within the music hubs, and the relationships between the
independently from those of individual atoms or molecules from those of the parent bulk. In this experiment, an analysis of previously conducted experiments and the various gathered data were used in order to readily conclude the practicality of nanotechnology in medicine and its potential potency in realistic biologic systems. As such, it is due to the unpredictable and harmful albeit radioactive effects of ‘nanotoxicology’, the unadorned use of engineered nanomaterials is restrained globally.…
Environmental, Health and Safety 1
(a) Why Nanotechnology Is Important to the Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) 1
(b) Environmental Benefits of Nanotechnology 2
(c) Environmental Hazards 3
Article II. Ethical, Legal and Moral Issues 6
(a) Nano-ethics 7
(b) Some ethical dilemmas faced by nanotechnology are: 7
(c) Component driven by nanotechnology. 8
(d) Potential benefits of nanotechnology 8
(e) The social implications of nanotechnology. 9
Article III. Works Cited 10
Ghiyasuddin Mohammed Faraz Khan
LS-690-MM:Grad Academic Success
July 16, 2014
Nanotechnology and the Promise it Holds:
Nanotechnology according to the US Government's National Nanotechnology Initiative is portrayed as "the understanding and control of matter at the dimensions of roughly 1 to 100 where unique phenomenon enable novel application" (2000). Nanotechnology at its basic level is production manipulation and implementation of objects at the nano-scale, which is about 1 to 100 nanometers…
Research for Extended Response 1
Answer each of the following questions. “Essential Chemistry” is a good reference to use. Validation - In week 9 you will be given an “in class” extended response question and you will be required to write an answer based on your home research.
1. What size are nanoparticles?
Nano particles are measured to be between 1 and 100 nanometres
Or between 1.0 × 10-9 metres and 1.0 × 10-7 metres
2. Describe what is meant by nanotechnology.
8th writing workshop
Nanotechnology: How far can it go and how long
will it take?
Imagine being able to swallow a vial of liquid and have it cure cancer. That
sounds like a pretty strong, expensive medicine, but in fact it is not a medicine at all.
They are tiny little robots that are programmed to pick unhealthy cells and destroy
them but also to use the matter from the destroyed cells to create more tiny robots.
These robots, referred to as nanotechnology, could also be used for more than…
Nanotechnology is a recent development in science where small particles are studied within the range of 0•1nanomtres to 100nanometres. One nanometre is equal to a billionth of a metre. To understand the proportion of this size, the diameter of human hair is the equivalent to 50,000nm.
Nanotechnology allows the scientists and developers to build, reassemble, decompose and rearrange the existing components, it also plays vital role in constructing new devices by understanding and…
April 16, 2013
Genetic engineering is the changing of the characteristics of an organism by manipulating its genetic material to get more desirable traits in them (Genetic Engineering). Genetic engineering has both positive and negative effects, but the good effects weight out the bad.
Genetic engineering is very important in the book Jurassic Park by Michael Crichton. If it weren’t for genetic engineering, they wouldn’t be able to resurrect extinct dinosaur…