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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 advancement of innovative nanotechnological approaches may provide a solution to limitations faced by many of phytochemicals' physicochemical and pharmacokinetics properties.
VASCULOID: Vasculoid is a single, complex, multi-segmented nanotechnological medical robotic system capable of all transport functions of the blood, including circulation of respiratory gases, glucose, hormones, cytokines, waste products and cellular components.
Some of the most advanced applications exploit nanotechnological pre-treatment, which gives exceptional results in terms of lifetime.
EuroMedtech caters to companies involved in all parts of the advanced medical technology industry, from those serving mainline therapeutic categories such as drug delivery and augmented intervention in medicine, through diagnostics, imaging and eHealth to those involved in platform technologies such as micro and nanotechnological tools and implantable devices.
In the field of dentistry, nanotechnological improvements may lead to advanced pre ventive, diagnostic and therapy procedures [4, 5, 6].
This evolutionary trend will accelerate this century in a new direction through genetic, biocybernetic, neurological, nanotechnological, and pharmacological engineering of the human being.
The Wisconsin Institutes for Discovery has a broader focus, developing solutions in systems biology and epigenetics while also serving as a locus for the university's computational and nanotechnological capabilities.
Currently, reporting by the manufacturers is the only way to identify the "nano" status of the products, and it may not be a guarantee that any given product in the inventory contains nanotechnological components (Hansen et al.
15) Many nanoscientists refuse to take this claim seriously as it is extremely speculative, but the rhetoric certainly is there and even plays a role in acquiring funding for nanotechnological research.
The velocity of exponential acceleration (9) in technological changes, brought about the development of new, composite, smart, micro-and nanotechnological materials (10) which will bear significant impact on these reciprocal relationships.
And if little has been revealed about the impact of conventional chemical use over the past few decades, even less is known about the health effects that might ensue from recently launched nanotechnological methods.
Nanotechnological approaches like light-emitting diodes (LEDs) or quantum caged atoms (QCAs) could lead to a strong reduction of energy consumption for illumination.