Nanotechnology

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Nanotechnology

The technology that controls products at the atomic or molecular state. Nanotechnology has uses in information technology, heavy industry and energy.
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The Vice Chancellor said that GCU was going to hold a workshop on Nano-science and Nano-technology in July this year to review developments of nanotechnology in Pakistan, what had been done in research and development and what was the possibility of applications in Industry and what should be the strategy from now for drawing the maximum benefits from this globally influencing technology for all nations of the world.
Customers have already deployed successfully Fulcrum's SP1/CNT reinforcement solutions in the aerospace market, realizing the commercialized scale and advantages of nano-technology in composites.
Their efforts to remain at the forefront of metallurgical nano-technology development have driven Dynatronix to continually improve our products and services to meet Integran's needs.
Producing such a device puts Iran among ten leading countries possessing this nano-technology.
NANO-TECHNOLOGY cuts particles into tiny pieces so they can be used in new ways.
In funding these important projects we will ensure that Wales plays a vital part in developing a new network of micro and nano-technology facilities, and support Welsh companies to use these emerging technologies to turn innovative ideas into successful businesses,' the Minister said.
The grant is part of the Government's pounds 90million micro and nano-technology manufacturing initiative.
As the only ink and coatings company currently utilizing nano-technology to produce its pigmented inks, Ink Big's products are sought out by companies globally.
A report from the Institute of Physics says "gray goo" doomsaying by the likes of Prince Charles obscures the gains nano-technology could bring to developing countries, including better water purification and cheaper, more accurate diagnoses of diseases such as tuberculosis.
Such deterministic control of single atoms has a wide range of potential applications, including quantum information processing, atom-by-atom nano-technology, and fundamental studies of atom-to-atom interactions.
Nano-technology refers to the manipulation of atoms and molecules at the level of the nanometer, one billionth of a meter.
The Duke of Kent was lectured in the sciences of beer making and nano-technology when he visited the University of Birmingham yesterday.