If you’ve read the other articles on this website then you now know what nanotechnology is and where it’s been but you may still be wondering “where is it headed?” Nanotechnology has a vast future ahead of it and we are constantly making breakthroughs in this industry every day. In this article, we will go over several of the most important features of nanotechnology that will impact our lives but we will also talk about what nanotechnology itself will be like in the future. Hold on tight, boys and girls, because we have a long, bumpy road ahead of us!

How will nanotechnology effect me?
Nanotechnology will play a big role on all of our lives in the very near future in everything ranging from clothes to medicine. Below are a few things that will benefit your life based on the wonderous possibilities of nanotechnology.

Health
Nanotechnology will effect the health industry far greater than it will anything else. There will be a lot of things that nanotechnology will be able to accomplish in the health business but the main one that most people are interested in is the ability to cure cancer. That’s right, folks, nanotechnology will cure cancer. It has been discovered that when a special type of nanites are irradiated by shining xrays on them, the nanites will produce their own electrons that can be controlled in order to target specific cancer cells and destroy them without harming much of the surrounding area. This involves no radiation (other than xrays) and absolutely no chemotherapy. You will not get sick, you will not feel pain, and you will not die. Nanotechnology is the cure-all medicine that we’ve been searching for for years and it turns out that it’s not actually a “medicine” at all!

Security
Nanotechnology will bring a whole new meaning to the word “security”. Do you have security cameras aimed at your garage but the damn vandals keep spray painting over them? Well now you can have nanocams that are too small for these hoodlums to even know they’re there. The nanocam could even be programmed to follow movement and alert the police if something (specifically, someone) gets too close. Nanotechnology will also allow us to make body armor that is a hundred times stronger than steel but light as a feather. That means that soldiers and police officers will be much safer while performing the dangerous duties that they take on in order to protect YOU. It’s amazing what simple, little computers can do.

Gadgets
One of the coolest nanotechnology gadgets that I’ve read into so far would probably have to be this one particular concept for food: I read about a device that would transform food in any way that you can thing of. Apparently it has nanites in the food already and then with a little handheld device you could change how the food behaves. It’s basically creating “interactive food” instead of the plain, boring food and beverages that we’ve grown accustomed to. You would be able to change what kinds of nutrients are available in the food that you eat and change the color, texture, smell, and taste of that food item. Tired of tofu but want to stay healthy? No problem! Transform your tofu burger into something that has all of the healthy benefits that you want while still tasting exactly like meat. Since when does healthy have to mean sacrifice? Savor that tofu! Did you just buy a Coke from Mcdonald’s but now you want Dr. Pepper instead? Don’t waste your money on buying another one and don’t fret about not getting what you want! Just wave the device over the Coke and it will transform into Dr. Pepper’s exact formula. Amazing, I know.

How will nanotechnology evolve?
Nanotechnology itself will evolve beyond what we can even imagine right now. Some say that one day, nanotechnology will be able to become self-replicating, in that it collects extremely small particles of metal that are as tiny as dust and engineer that metal into more nanites. The nanites would also be self-sustaining as they might be able to use excess sugar in the blood stream (that we don’t want there anyway) and use it to power their tiny fuel cells.

What kinds of precautions are there for nanotechnology?
The field of nanotechnology comes with all sorts of inherent risks but, thankfully, scientists are smart enough to put precautions in the programming to allow it to remain controllable. The first thing that you have to realize is that nanites are not intelligent. They are just like your own desktop computer or laptop. They can’t take control of your mind or force you to do anything that you don’t want to do. They are operated by a series of programming that the scientists encode into them. Each set of nanites will have a specific task to do and it will only do what they are told to do. So don’t worry, you’re not in any danger from the nanites themselves. There is a danger, however, if the nanites are hacked into by cyber terrorists. If these terrorists were to gain control of the nanites that are floating around within a person’s body, then they could tear the person apart from the inside on a molecular level. Hopefully, crime prevention will stay one step ahead of these nutjobs and keep them out of nanites and keep them out of you!

Nanotechnology stock market
You may want to seriously start thinking about investing in the nanotechnology market as soon as possible because once it hits the market, nanotechnology is going to boom. Think about where Google was just ten years ago: It had low popularity, very little resources, and no one thought it was going anywhere. The few people who did decide to invest a little bit of money in it, though, are now millionaires today. My advice would be to look up a list of companies that are specializing in different forms of nanotechnology and invest just $50-$100 in each of them if you can spare the money. In all likelyhood, many of those companies won’t take off, but some of them will. It’s those few companies that you invested just $50-$100 in that will soon make you an enormous profit.

When will it be ready
Some nanotechnologies are already on the market today. There’s a company in the United Kingdom that uses nanotechnology to track its products all the way from the distribution factory to the retail outlet so that if anyone steals a product or it goes missing, the company can then track that item down and report whoever stole it to the authorities. Other forms of nanotechnology are in the making as we speak and those companies who are involved in making them are investing loads of money because they know it will pay off. Nanotechnology is not some distant future that you, individually, will never see; it is a reality even in our present day and we get even closer to better forms of nanotechnology every day.

I hope this article has taught you something about nanotechnology and where it’s going to end up in just a decade or two. Who knows? Maybe you’re the next Eric Drexler. Keep your head up high, keep your studies concurrent, and stay informed!

Now that you have more understanding on what exactly nanotechnology is and what it can do, this article will explain the effects that nanotechnology will someday have on the body. We will go over each category of the body in which nanotechnology will play a role and hopefully you will find some comfort in the healing capabilities of these tiny robotic machines.

Nanotechnology In the Brain
Almost everyone is effected by some type of brain malfunction. Whether it be epilepsy, strokes, alzheimers, or whatever, nanotechnology will be able to cure those types of diseases. That means that even as you get into your elderly years, you’ll still FEEL like you’re 30. It brings up the question, though: Isn’t it our individual errors that make us human?

Cell Regeneration
Nanobots are 2.5 times smaller than DNA. That means that nanobots can enter individual cells and repair them. With that concept, nanotechnology will be able to cure just about everything because it all starts in the cells. Nanotechnology will not only be able to fix bodily errors, but also be able to extend your life because of that. People are going to start living a lot longer thanks to nanotechnology and its effects on cell regeneration.

Heart Disease
About one in four Americans alone are effected by some time of heart disease within their lifetime. Ranging from valves being unhooked or irregularities in pulse, heart disease is no pleasant trip. With the help of nanotechnology, however, heart disease will be a thing of the past. Nanobots will be able to dig their way inside of the heart and rebuild it so that any problems immediately go away.

Cancer
There’s many different methods of treating and curing cancer these days but soon we will have nanotechnology to aid us. Things like chemotherapy are good at destroying cancer cells but they also destroy living tissue that we want to keep (that’s why people who undergo chemotherapy are usually left weak and with no hair). What nanotechnology will be able to do, though, is target specific cancer cells and destroy them in a way that doesn’t effect the cells around it. The people with cancer today might not be blessed with this escape route, but those who are concerned about getting cancer in the future (which we all know is bound to happen at some point), they don’t have to worry anymore because nanotechnology will be able to get rid of it no matter how deep the cancer spreads.

Respiratory System
With all the millions of people in the world with some sort of respiratory problem, nanotechnology will help them all by not only warding off future infections and degredations, but also by rebuilding the lungs themselves. That means that for all the smokers out there who are concerned about problems like bronchitis and other lung infections, they won’t have to worry about it anymore. Nanotechnology is truly a wonder, don’t you think?

Diabetes
Nanotechnology will also help diabetics by either regulating the amount of insulin that they take in on a scheduled basis (the nanobots can be preloaded with the insulin so you don’t have to worry about taking those shots anymore) or they will simply take hold of the insulin that’s already in the blood and push it into the cells the way it’s supposed to already do. This will help diabetics not only gain their strength and health back, it will also help overweight people to lose that unwanted weight.

Birth
Many people are not capable of breeding simply because their bodies are not good hosts to a desirable environment. With the aid of nanotechnology, these little nanobots will quickly go to work at reconstructing your genitals and other reproductive features so you’ll once again be able to bear your own children. That means you don’t have to adopt children (if you don’t want to, that is) because you can now have your very own child that has your genes.

Senses
Nanotechnology will one day be able to not only cure the things that are listed above but will also be able to correct and perfect your senses in a way that you’ve never dreamed of before. You may think lasers can give you good vision now but someday, nanotechnology will be able to give you hawk’s vision. Think about standing on the top of a high mountain and looking out into the treetops below. Thanks to nanotechnology, you won’t just be able to make houses out as little dots, you’ll be able to see the birds in the trees, read street signs as if you were right next to them, you’ll pretty much be able to see whatever it is you want to see. It’s like looking at life through a telescope. The wonders don’t stop there, either. Nanotechnology will also be able to perfect hearing, smell, taste, and touch in a way that will simply astound you. Hear cats meow indoors down the road, smell an apple pie in the neighbor’s oven, taste all your foods as if you were biting into a tropical rainbow, and I’m sure that increase in touch will make sex extremely interesting. These new senses might be a bit overwhelming at first, but science is perfecting the technology in a way to slowly increase your senses over time and, as nanobots are just tiny computers, your preferred settings can be carried out so that you don’t overhear anything you don’t want to, smell the landfield a mile away, see insects in a completely scary way, feel every scratch like its a knife wound, or ruin the tasty things that you are accustomed to. New times are coming, my friends, and new senses come with it.

So there you have it. Nanotechnology will someday play a vital role in keeping the human body at its top level of performance and will eventually be so common that we won’t even think about it. Great strides in nanotechnology are coming soon and are currently in the works. The only question is: Are you ready? Have a wonderful day and I hope this article has brought some insight into your daily perspective.

This article will serve as a beginner’s guide to nanotechnology and will explain what nanotechnology is, the strides we’ve made in the field, what nanotechnology is good for, when you can expect to have nanotechnology at your fingertips, and how it will change our lives. By following this simple introduction, you will be able to gain crucial information that you will need to know eventually so you might as well learn it now. Nanotechnology is an interesting industry in and of itself and it will lead the future in nearly every other industry.

What Is Nanotechnology
Nanotechnology is the industry in which tiny computers called nanites come together to work simultaneously throughout whatever object they are inserted into in order to perform amazing tasks at the molecular level. If you think that computers have come along way in the dream of getting smaller and smaller, you’ll be amazed at the size of nanites. Nanites are definitely the small functioning computers we have as they are about 2.5 times smaller than any given cell in your body.

Brief History of Nanotechnology
The idea of nanotechnology was first proposed by a physicist named Richard Feynman in 1959. Feynman never technically used the term “nanotechnology” or “nanite” but he gave a speech called “There’s Plenty of Room At the Bottom” in which he talked about how we would one day be able to manipulate atoms and molecules and actually craft them into whatever we wanted them to be. He then went on to discuss the possibility of us, in the distant future, creating extremely small machines that would serve as tiny tools. This idea was considered completely radical at the time but as the years rolled by, we now see nanotechnology as a very real and potential technology in the near future.

Nanotechnology wasn’t seen as a considerable concept until the 1980s when Eric Drexler began doing research into nanotechnology, including the observation of Feynman’s speech. Drexler spent countless years perfecting the concept and getting many different scientists involved with actually producing nanotechnology.

Things That Nanotechnology Can Be Used For
Nanotechnology can be used for loads of different things in many different industries. That’s why nanotechnology is such a marvelous thing: It’s not limited to one thing or even to a small group of things; it can be used for many different things in any field you can think of. Below is a list of several different tasks that nanotechnology can accomplish and examples of the wonderful abilities that it can provide the people who work in these fields.

Molecular Engineering
Nanotechnology is extremely small and, being so, may be able to allow scientists to actually engineer their own molecules. As Feynman said in his speech, There’s Plenty of Room At the Bottom, nanotechnology may give us the ability to reconstruct atoms in order to make them do whatever we want them to do. Think about a world in which we can make our own oxygen or turn carbon dioxide into ozone. We may not only be able to cure our own planet of the nasty things that we’ve done to it over the years, but nanotechnology will also allow us to renovate entire atmospheres like that found on Mars and allow for us to explore new worlds in a way that’s never been imagined before.

Food Preservation
Nanotechnology can help to preserve food in at least two different ways: The first way that nanotechnology can improve food is by sealing the bags that the food is in. See, the way food preservation works is by keeping it from as much oxygen as possible. When air gets into a bag or other container and into the food, the food will age and expire. That’s why we have so many different types of machines like the AirVac that can suck the air out of a bag after it’s been sealed so we can store it in the fridge, freezer, or pantry for a very long time. The way nanotechnology can help this is by forming a criss-cross net over the container that takes air a very long time to get through. The other way that nanotechnology can help preserve food is mostly limited to bread, specifically. When you first buy (or bake bread) it’s loaded with many proteins and fat cells that are sturdy and fight each other for space. Over time, however, the stronger fat cells eventually win out and the bread begins to get stiff and moldy. Nanotechnology can help this by reinforcing the proteins to make them stronger which means that the fat cells take much longer to take over. For you, that means that your bread will stay fresh for as long as you need it to be (relatively, that is; don’t wait years to eat your bread). With these two preservation techniques just from adding nanotechnology to the food, we may even be able to cure world hunger some day.

Stronger Materials
Nanotechnology will be able to reinforce materials to make them not only stronger, but also lighter. There are these really cool structures called nanotubes (or carbon nanotubes) that are just as stiff as diamonds and one hundred times stronger than steel, yet they’re six times lighter than steel. You may be thinking “Yeah, that’s fine and dandy, but what can it be used for?” Carbon nanotubes are great because athletes (such as golf players or tennis ball players) are constantly looking for equipment that is both strong and light. With the help of these carbon nanotubes, those athletes will be able to get exactly what they’re looking for. Another place that these carbon nanotubes will find their home is inside of military armor. As it is right now, we have kevlar to protect soldiers. Kevlar is good because it is really strong and relatively light (compared to those big iron suits that knights wore). With nanotechnology, however, each soldier will be like a walking tank. Their armor will be light enough for them to walk around and even run in without getting extraordinarily tired while providing very strong protection for the soldier at all times. Because it is so light, we could even make armor for soldiers to wear against their entire bodies instead of just their chests like they do today. That means that our soldiers will be kept safe while they perform their brave tasks throughout the world.

How Long Until Nanotechnology Is Available
Now you might be thinking “Wow! Nanotechnology sounds great. How long until we can buy it at the store, though?” That’s a good question. Some forms of nanotechnology are already being put in use by big corporations today. Some stores in the UK are using basic forms of nanotechnology to track items all the way from the distribution center to the retail store and then the tracking is turned off when you purchase the item. This not only deters people from stealing but for those who do decide to steal an item, the company is able to locate the item and get it back while also reporting the person to authorities in order to bring them to justice. While there is some controversy over whether or not the tracking is turned off at the store, as civil liberty groups are making sure of, nanotechnology may allow for us to never have to worry about theft (from stores, anyway) again. Other types of nanotechnology are being manufactured as we speak and the basic framework of it is already complete. All we have to do now is work out the bugs that are involved in technology that is so small. Within the next decade or two, there’s no reason that nanotechnology will not be a common thing seen in our everyday lives.

Hopefully this article has brought you some insight on what nanotechnology is capable of and has served as not only an educational document, but also as an entertaining one as well.

Nanotechnology is very important because it has so many different applications in the way we live and conduct our lives. In this article, I will address the many different things that nanotechnology is good for and why it would take us much longer to fix these problems individually without the use of nanotechnology.

Health
Nanotechnology will provide the health industry with many, MANY wonderful things that will not only increase our life span but also give us better quality of life. So many people are suffering from all sorts of diseases and illnesses ranging from chicken pox to swine flu, from dry cough to cancer, and from irregularities in heart rhythm to heart disease. All of these different types of sicknesses can be either helped, prevented, or done away with altogether. Would you rather live in a world in which you are constantly sick or live in a world in which almost absolutely nothing can harm you biologically?

First Aid
Not only will nanotechnology perfect treatment of illnesses but it will also help us patch ourselves up due to the acts of melovant man. In today’s world, if a mugger were to come up behind you on the street and jab a knife into you, then there’s a good chance that you will die if you cannot get to an emergency room in time. Nanotechnology will help that by forming a barrier over the wound which will both prevent blood from exiting the body and also keeping infections out. It would be wise to go to the hospital anyway, but you will not be in dire demand of first aid. Some also say that one day nanotechnology will be able to repair individual cell damage and replicate human healing capabilities. That means that hopefully, you will not only be safe until you get emergency treatment, but you would also not even need emergency treatment at all.

Cancer
Cancer will one day soon be a thing of the past due to the wonderful benefits that nanotechnology will bring to the medical industry. Nanotechnology will be able to move throughout your body and locate any and all cancer cells and not only tag them so that doctors will be able to analyze those cells but the nanotechnology will also be able to destroy the individual cancer cells without harming much of the important body tissue around it. There are two different ways that nanotechnology intends to cure cancer and these are listed below:

1. Nanotechnology will be able to admister chemotherapy directly to cancer cells instead of the body as a whole, which is how we do it today. This way, the surrounding body parts of the cancer won’t be effected. In fact by doing this, you will not get sick, you will not lose hair, and you will not feal weak. In today’s health care market, you can expect to get worse before you get better and that’s hoping that you will get better at all. In tomorrow’s health care industry, however, you will only get better without any of the negative side effects.

2. Nanotechnology will also be able to kill cancer without using chemotherapy at all. It has been discovered that when nanotechnology is irradiated with xrays, the nanites produce their own electrons. These electrons can then be targeted toward the cancer cells in order to destroy them without harming the cells around it, much less the rest of the body. By doing this, you will have no need of the undesired effects that chemotherapy has on the body at all. You will not get sick and you will not be overlooked as just another cancer patient. Instead of having a 40% chance of survival or a 50% chance of survival, you will have nearly 100% chance of survival every time. Nanotechnology will cure cancer.

Viruses
Another way that nanotechnology will benefit the health care industry is by providing a much better defense against viruses. With so many viruses going around all the time and so many people getting sick with anything from the common flu or something much worse like eboli. Nanotechnology will help us avoid these deadly viruses by acting as a second, more intense immune system. The way our bodies naturally fight off viruses and bacterial infections is by sending waves upon waves of white blood cells that act as our bodies’ frontline soldiers. The problem is that white blood cells have to be able to recognize a virus for what it is and so usually we have to get the full effects of the virus at least once before we become immune to it. Take chicken pox, for example. When a person gets chicken pox for the first time as a child, their body doesn’t know how to react to it and so we end up looking like a pig covered in pepperoni. After the first time, however, your body knows not to let that particular strand of virus in and it attacks it immediately. With nanotechnology within our bodies, nanites will be able to recognize viruses immediately and destroy them with everything modern medicine has to offer.

Security
Nanotechnology will empower the security industry with forces that it has never seen before. The first line of defense that nanotechnology provides comes in the form of armor. Today, many security personnel wear some form of kevlar armor that protects them from bullets. Nanotechnology will provide us with armor that is a hundred times stronger than steel while being six times lighter than steel at the same time. That means that these security personnel that we entrust with our protection no longer need to worry about lugging around big shields in order to protect themselves. Nanotechnology will allow soldiers, police officers, and security guards to run at their top performance speed, have their top performance agility, and even increase their reaction time as the decreased weight eliminates even the slightest inertia that an otherwise heavy vest would involve.

Science
Nanotechnology will be able to improve scientific exploration by far simply because nanites are so small. When a scientist wants to look at a molecule today, he or she must use special electron microscopes that bend and magnify light in such a way that they can make out the tiniest of particles. In tomorrow’s world, though, scientists will be able to use nanocameras that can get right up next to these tiny atoms and see what’s going on inside them.

Sports
Just as I mentioned above, nanotechnology allows us to craft metallic bondings that are a hundred times stronger than steel while being six times lighter than steel. Just as it applies to armor, it also applies to sports gear, where athletes want equipment that is both strong and light. Such things as golf clubs and tennis rackets will be so light that you’ll hardly feel the weight of them at all, although they will never break or bend the way sports equipment does today.

I hope this article has brought some insight to you on the subject of nanotechnology and why it is so important. The things listed in this article are but a small percentage of the many things that nanotechnology will allow us to do in the future.

You may have been hearing all of this talk about nanotechnology lately as the industry is starting to boom in a way that it never has before. Soon we’ll have smart cars, defenses against every virus, impenetrable lightweight armor, and even better sports equipment, but you may be wondering “What exactly is nanotechnology?” Well it’s a good thing that you’re here then as this article will explore not only what nanotechnology is capable of but also what it actually is. What makes the difference between regular technology and nanotechnology? How can I use nanotechnology? When will I be able to have nanotechnology at the workplace or even in the daily things found in my household appliances? This article will address each of these questions and more by dwelving us deepering into the rabbit’s hole and on to the mysteries of this technological majesty.

What Exactly Is Nanotechnology?
Nanotechnology is the science that involves anything on the nanoscale. For those of you who aren’t science nerds, a nanometer is one billionth of a meter. To think about how much of a vast difference that is, it’s like comparing a marble to the size of the Earth. That’s how far science how come, folks. We are now dealing with technology that’s no longer built on the microscale, but the nanoscale. Generally, nanotechnology deals specifically with technology that’s 100 nanometers or smaller.

What Can I Use It For?
Nanotechnology will be available in a wide assortment of industries and it really has no limits on what it is capable of. The nanotechnology industry will booster health organizations in order to allow things in medicine that were science fiction just a few years ago. Nanotechnology will also change the way we conduct war simply by making weapons technology lighter and more affordable. Cameras will be made that can fit inside of the very cells on a person’s eye and will see everything that they see. Nanotechnology is truly amazing and that’s why I’m going to list several industries below that nanotechnology will impact so that you can see just how wonderful and majestic it can be.

Health
Nanotechnology will probably be used in the health industry more than any other field as there’s so many different things that nanotechnology will improve. One day, thanks to nanotechnology and other medical marvels that we discover down the road, we will be able to cure every problem with the human body and the only thing that will ever be able to kill us is by completely separating every tissue in the body and destroying them (namely, nuclear devices). Of course, there is a downside to nanotechnology in the health industry. Below is a list of several ways that nanotechnology can be used in health and I will also address what the downside of nanotechnology in the body is.

Cancer
Cancer will one day be completely curable thanks to the help of this groundbreaking concept: It has been discovered that when nanites are irradiated with xrays, the nanites produce their own electrons that can be used to target cancer cells and destroy them without harming the rest of the body. Nanites can also scatter through the body to detect cancer cells and tag them so that doctors know exactly where in the body that cancer has spread to.

Fast Healing
In the future, we will be able to heal our wounds alot faster thanks to new nanotechnological delivery systems that will be sown into bandages and will contain a drug called aluminosilicate, which promotes fast regeneration capabilities and will allow wounds to heal faster.

Downside of Nanotechnology
The downside of nanotechnology used in medicine is the fact that they could easily be manipulated by special hackers that have learned to program nanotechnology. These terrorists could program nanites to change our very DNA. Who knows what they could do with that kind of power? Hopefully, scientists will think of a solution to this detrimental problem.

Surveillence
Nanotechnology will be used in the production of smaller cameras for use in the surveillance industry. As spy cameras are constantly being made smaller and smaller, as is seen in the cases of Nanny Cams and other commercial products, nanotechnology will bring these cameras to a much smaller scale. Think about a germ. Think about the size of that germ. Imagine it being spread from person to person and no one even being aware of it simply because it’s so small. That’s kind of how these nanocams will work. While they won’t be used like a virus, at least not for a long time, these nanocams can be planted on a person without them ever knowing it’s there at all. The nanocam could travel through the blood stream and latch on to any surface that it’s programmed to, such as the skin cells on a nose, arm, or forehead. The nanocam would then be able to listen in on conversations and take pictures of anything it sees. Even if the person were to be patted down for cameras, such as the case in big drug operations, no one would ever detect any surveillance equipment at all.

Armor
Armor in today’s terms conjures up mental images of large tanks or missile-proof bombshelters or, in the very least, heavy kevlar and helmets. Nanotechnology will change all that, at least, in the latter. It has been discovered a way to design nanotubes, which are tiny, crystalline structures made on the nanoscale. These nanotubes create bonds in material that are one hundred times stronger than steel while being six times lighter than steel. This will make soldiers and police officers a lot less bulky and it will allow them to do their jobs at the best of their ability. Kevlar doesn’t weigh too much but it can slow the user down a bit and it gets rather heavy after you’ve been wearing it for awhile. With that in mind, it stands to reason that when these nanotubes are released in the production of better armor, our security personnel that we entrust with our lives on a daily basis will be much better equipped to do their job. The weight of it aside, any man would love to be protected by something that’s a hundred times stronger than steel. It’d take a missile to bring one of these proud officers down.

When Can I Expect It?
Believe it or not, nanotechnology is widely used in some industrial projects and experiments today. There’s a store in the United Kingdom that uses nanotechnology to track its products all the way from the distribution center to the retail store. The trackers are then turned off only when the item is purchased. This prevents the items from being stolen simply because thiefs know that they can’t get away with stealing it and if they do then the company can track the item and find out exactly where the product and the thief is and alert the authorities of that location. Other types of nanotechnology will become available to the public over the next few years and we should have a wide array of nanotechnology at our fingertips within the next decade or two. Eventually, nanotechnology will become commonplace and you won’t even think about it.

I hope this article has provided you with some level of comfort and taught you a thing or two about nanotechnology. Some day, you will have all of these powerful things at your disposal. The real question is, “Will you use it for good or bad?” That’s all for this article, folks, but I hope you don’t stop here. Continue to do your own research into this marvelous industry and hopefully all of your questions will be answered.

Nanotechnology is used for many different things in many different fields and will truly be used to revolutionize every aspect of our lives. There’s not a single element of our society in which nanotechnology cannot effect in one way or another: Whether that’s a positive change or a negative one. This article will help analyze the many different aspects of the nanotechnology industry and show you exactly what nanotechnology can do to change your life. I will list both good and bad things so you can see both the positive and negative sides of nanotechnology and make a decision for yourself whether you support nanotechnology or not. Let us begin.

Clothes
Believe it or not, nanotechnology will make it so that we will one day soon be able to buy clothes that are completely stainproof, waterproof, fireproof, and resistant to damages. This works by tying the fabrics together at a nanoscale. When you get down to this level, physics plays hard ball in a much different type of game; the rules of physics themselves tend to bend and change. Liquid will be too large to get through the holes, the fabric will be of fireproof material, nanotechnology will create a barrier to keep stains out, and the material itself will be much stronger than denim (and leather!), but soft as silk. The clothing industry is looking forward to a major change soon!

Computers
Nanotechnology will be able to aid computers because that’s what nanotechnology is itself. By using the concept of nanotechnology in general, we will be able to make computer chips so small that a University could fit its entire archives onto a single pocket-sized USB drive. Nanotechnology will provide you with more hard drive space, faster transfer rates, and computers will take up a lot less room.

Oil
Nanotechnology will revolutionize the oil industry in several important ways. For one, nanotechnology is able to easily separate oil from water which saves a lot of oil in the production procedures. In normal oil production, water must be used to force oil out of the wells, which then leaves an oil-water residue behind which is extremely hard to separate because the molecules are infused together so precisely. Because of this, oil companies are often forced to leave behind two barrels worth of oil for every one barrel they retrieve. A nanotechnology system, known as Pepfactants, is already in place to fix this problem. Pepfactants is able to reverse the emulsions and foam that are associated not only with oil-water mixtures, but also with simple things like mayonnaise and moisturizer creams. Pepfactants will change the way we achieve oil in order to maximize our oil reserves and doing it in a environmentally friendly way.

Food
Nanotechnology will be used to do two main things with food:

  1. It will allow us to preserve food for much longer time periods by forming a grid-lock “net” over the food and/or bag that will take air an extremely long time to get through. As we all know, oxygen is what ages food and makes it go bad. If we can keep the air out, as has already been presented with air-vac devices, then we’ll be able to store our food for extensive periods and never have to worry about things like mold, spoil, and freezer burn.
  2. Nanotechnology will also allow companies and scientists to put any time of vitamin into the food that they want simply by injecting preloaded nanites into the food. In fact, some say that nanotechnology will one day allow us to entirely change the food and drinks that we consume at any time we want. One day, you will be able to drink half a can of Coca Cola and then decide you’d rather have a Dr. Pepper and the drink would instantly become Dr. Pepper, probably by waving some sort of handheld device over the beverage. We will be able to alter the taste, color, texture, and smell of our foods and drinks and even be able to change what types of nutrients are in it. Now if that’s not appetizing, I don’t know what is.

Crime Prevention
Nanotechnology will present crime prevention with an entirely new set of abilities. Below is a brief list of possible things that can come from bringing nanotechnology to the field of justice:

Forensics
Someday soon, forensic personnel will be able to take a handheld device to the field that will contain an entire laboratory of forensic equipment. Today, forensic officers must take blood, semen, fingerprint, hair, and whatever other types of samples they can find at the crime scene back to the office and wait until the results come in before police can make their case. In the future, thanks to nanotechnology, they will no longer have to do that. We will be able to find samples at the crime scene and then put them into a handheld mini-lab and find out exactly who the culprit is – all without even having to leave the crime scene!

Trackers
Trackers may be used in crime prevention to mark items in stores in case they are lost or stolen. This will not only prevent people from stealing items in the first place (because they’ll know that they’ll get caught), but if something is stolen, the company will be able to track them down. Theoretically, prisons may also inject prisoners with nano-trackers in case they try to escape. This would also erradicate the whole reason of bail because when a suspect is accused of a crime, the court won’t have to worry about not being able to find them again if they leave town. Say what you will about civil rights, but this is a major breakthrough when it comes to crime prevention.

Bar codes
Nanotechnology will also come in the aid of telling the difference between authentic items and fake ones. This really helps out with high-end merchandise like paintings that sell for big bucks. Often, people try to make duplicates of the painting and pass them off as the original. Though, today, we have watermarks that can help tell the difference between real and fake items, people have still managed to come up with ways around this. Nanotechnology will aid this crime prevention, though, by creating a tiny dot that’s only a fraction of a nanometer in size and containing an enormous array of unique colors. These dots will only be seen by handheld devices that are specially designed to read them which will make it extremely difficult for counterfeiters to pull off their schemes anymore. I’m sure they’ll eventually find a way around this too, but hopefully we will be able to stay one step ahead of these crooks.

I hope this article has helped you to understand nanotechnology and its many applications in our daily lives. Be sure to check out our other articles found on this website and we encourage you to do your own research into the field of nanotechnology. It may be here sooner than you think.

There’s many problems and dangers involved with nanotechnology, as with everything else, but scientists are working hard to correct these problems before they are ever an issue. We have the top scientists in the world working on this and I’m sure they’ll think of something. This article will give a detailed explanation of some of the most horrible things that could happen once nanotechnology hits the market. Read each of these and see if you can come up with some solutions on your own. Who knows, maybe you’re the next Einstein and you don’t even know it!

Warfare
Nanotechnology will definitely be used in warfare. For one thing, we won’t have any way of keeping track of who possesses nanotechnology and who doesn’t. Nuclear facilities are quite dangerous but at least we know who has nuclear weapons. With nanotechnology, countries will be able to wage war against each other without ever letting the enemy know who’s attacking them. Terrorists will also be able to harness nanites in order to perform some very deadly acts. Nanites will be used for survelliance in ways we’ve never dreamed of. Nanites will not only be able to get into computers and small crevices in rooms, but also within the human body itself. At any given time when a soldier is checking his mission report, nanites could be lurking in his body, reading everything that he reads. Some say that nanites will one day even be able to read your thoughts and transmit the information back to their original base through the use of wireless communication and even tapping into the Internet itself. Nanites will be like a virus that is controlled constantly by humans. We’re playing God and we’re playing with fire. It’s just a matter of time before we get burned.

Destabilization of the economy
As nanotechnology comes into being, the economy will quickly hit several major walls. If nanotechnology was suddenly released to the public as a finished project then no one would ever have to buy clothes, medicines, or many other products again because nanotechnology will present no use for such things. With such a large amount of product readily available so cheap, companies will have to adjust the ways they do business and they will have to market to people in a different way or face bankruptcy. Nanotechnology has been an ongoing project for the last decade or so and it’s almost finished. Once the major breakthroughs are in place, nanotechnology will be able to easily be implimented into almost any product or aspect of business. Nanotechnology must be given to the public in small amounts over time to allow for individuals and companies alike to react to it. If it were to suddenly be sprung on society, the resulting consequences would be devastating.

Grey Goo

The concept of grey goo is the the idea that the very existence of humanity and everything we know of to be deconstructed in order for nanites to build mass numbers of themselves. With space-age vehicles coming in the near future, nanites could even spread to other worlds and infect the entire galaxy. If you’ve ever seen the show Stargate SG-1, you’ll know of the infamous enemy, the Replicators. The Replicators are a race of robots that have long since gained a consciousness of their own. The Replicators have the ability to break apart into billions of tiny, individual robots, form into any shape that they want, craft their bodies around objects such as bullets, and they can also transfigure raw materials such as iron and copper into more nanites. They quickly spread out among the stars, creating more and more of themselves and leaving each location as empty and barren as the last. The only way to destroy Replicators is with an electromagnetic pulse generator that is eventually included in the show. While the Replicators are purely fiction, the idea of them could be a very real threat someday. I just hope that we’re prepared by time that happens.

Black Market Nanobots

Nanites will no doubt be sold on the black market as much, if not more, then on the open market. Black market nanites will be cheaper and more advanced and will be sold to very iffy people such as terrorists, serial killers, bank robbers, drunks, the inexperienced, and just pissed off people in general. With all of these nanites going around, being controlled by such a diverse group of people, the effects it has on society would be immeasurable and irreversible. Think about someone who has a grudge because some girl wouldn’t go out with him, so he grabs a vial of nanites off the black market and plots his revenge. He could easily get inside of her house, leave no fingerprints, send his nanites into her body to turn her insides to mush, and then retrieve the nanites as soon as the deed is done, leaving no evidence that he was even there. This is just a hypothetical way that nanites could be used but the danger is obviously there. We will have to come up with ways to control these things and to control the black market sales of nanites.

Nanotech Arms Race

A nanotech arms race will involve many different countries racing to see who can not only have nanites first but also who has better nanites. Countries love to compete and nanotechnology will be no exception. An arms race alone could potentially cause war to break out over superiority, although these types of races often trigger human ingenuity and inspires people to come up with some simply amazing forms of technology and explorations of science. With that in mind, perhaps this isn’t so much of a problem as it is a journey into the unknown. The concept of nanotechnology will usher in a new millenium of bright thinking, self exploration, and perhaps some answers to the longheld questions we have concerning life, the universe, and ourselves.

I hope this article has helped you to understand the dangers of nanotechnology. If you have a solution to any of these problems or can think of a few more problems of your own, submit them to www.crnano.com .

As with everything else, nanotechnology has found a very vital place in the oil industry. Be it special types of coating to protect against everything from corrosion to odors or heavy-duty filtration systems to provide more bang for your buck (quite literally), the oil industry is vastly assisted with the aid of nanotechnology. This article will attempt to provide a better understanding of both the oil industry in general and how nanotechnology will benefit it. Hopefully by reading this article, you will be able to grasp the importance of nanotechnology, both in the oil industry and in general application. Let us begin.

Nanocoatings
The idea of nanocoatings isn’t really that hard to figure out once you read its name, but here’s a more in-depth description: Nanocoatings are nanosized particles comprised of some sort of mineral or chemical that’s usually painted onto a surface, generally being an appliance of some sort, to aid the device in a wide assortment of functions. The following is a list of several types of nanocoatings and what those coatings can do to make a device or object stronger or more dependable.

Anti-corrosion Coatings
Anti-corrosion coatings are nanocoatings that allow an object, generally being iron or steel in nature, to resist corrosion from air or even water. By applying anti-corrosion nanocoatings to a object, you not only make it stronger but increase that object’s expected lifespan greatly. Anti-corrosion nanocoatings help the oil industry because the giant drills, wells, and processing factories are often based deep in ocean waters and even in the thrashful environment of strong river currents. Because of this, the metals that make up the equipment in the oil industry often become corroded quickly and the machinery begins to break down. After awhile, the machinery must be replaced altogether, which can get veeeery expensive. Thanks to anti-corrosion nanocoatings, however, leaders in the oil industry no longer have to worry about replacing corroded machinery which leads to better profits.

Lubricant Coatings
Lubricant nanocoatings are also very benefitial to oil industry as a whole due to the fact that, even though the machines can be prevented from corroding, the metal parts are constantly moving and these large, heavy pieces often slide against each other, which can not only create that dreadful nails-on-a-chalkboard sound but also damage the machinery. The lubrication provided by lubricant nanocoatings is far stronger than any WD-40 can provide and keeps the machinery at top-notch performance for as long as needed.

Thermal Coatings
Thermal nanocoatings provide the machinery of the oil industry with the protection it needs from geothermal conditions that could literally melt the metal of the drills and other equipment that is necessary to the extraction of oil from the Earth. Often times, these machines have to work for long periods of time far below the Earth’s surface in order to get to the oil. Because of this, thermal nanocoatings help aid the equipment with the defenses required to withstand both the heat and pressures found at those levels.

Anti-fouling Coatings
Whenever you have something made of metal underwater, whether it is a machine, ship, facility, or whatever, bacteria and plants often cling onto the metal and over a long period of time, these bacteria and plants accumulate in large numbers and can impair the performance of that machinery (for example, ships with a large accumulation of bacteria and plants on its hull can increase the fuel requirements of the vessel). Anti-fouling nanocoatings provide the metal with a protection against these things and help the oil industry tremendously due to the fact that oil wells almost always venture underwater to extract the oil.

Nanotechnology-Based Filtration
Whenever you are wanting to extract a specific material from the Earth, you almost always have to deal with unwanted materials that are swarming around the material that you want. This is no different in the oil industry. Often times when oil companies extract oil from the ground or underwater, they must deal with gases, metals, water, and many other types of invasive substances that are sitting in the oil. Because of this, the oil industry has had to come up with a variety of methods to clean out all of the excess materials that they don’t want in order to get pure oil. One of these methods is nanotechnology. The following is a short list of the types of nanotechnology-based filtration systems that have become part of the oil industry.

Gas Separations
One of the problems with extracting oil from deep beneath the Earth is that in the same areas that the oil accumulates, so do other gases that we may or may not want, but gases that we definitely do not want mixed in with the oil. Because of this, nanotechnology applications have been devised to separate these gases from the oil on a molecular level so that there are no leftovers even on such a small level. This is highly important because even extremely small materials that get mixed in with the oil can ruin the entire barrel and cause devastating effects if that contaminated oil were ever used.

Heavy Metal Separation
Another big problem with extracting oil from the beneath the Earth is that there are heavy, liquid metals, such as iron, that are floating around in the same area as the oil and can often contaminate the entire mixture. That’s why scientists have devised methods to use nanotechnology to separate these metals from the oil at a molecular level. This is a very good thing because you definitely don’t want to be pumping liquid oil into the gas tank of your car or rubbing some other heavy metal into your skin, such as can be found in the use of petroleum jelly.

Oil-water Separation
The last example on this list, but by no means the least, is the separation of water from the oil – or to be more exact, oil from water. Water, while not exactly a contaminant, can dilute the oil and make it less potent which then requires more oil to be refined to make the same amounts. Before nanotechnology, there were several ways to dry the oil from water but those methods didn’t fully separate the oil-water mixture on a molecular level. You must understand that water is often used to push oil out of wells and, therefore, often mixes with the oil. Thanks to nanotechnology, however, we can now separate the oil and water which decreases the amount that must be processed. This simple method is a leading contributor to lower gas prices.

I really do hope that this article has benefited you in some way or the other and that you are now able to understand in full just what nanotechnology is capable of and how it helps shape the future of the oil industry. The best way to look at learning about this, or anything, for that matter, is to visualize a future conversation in which you will be expected to present the information. If you were to happen to be asked if you knew anything about the oil industry then hopefully you are now able to fully address the question asked and present your findings in an intellectual fashion.

Ok, so you’ve read through all of the information on what nanotechnology is capable of and what we expect our future to be like due to its amazing breakthroughs, but how exactly does nanotechnology work? Read through this article and hopefully you’ll gain a little more understanding on the science of it all. I’ll try to address all of the major components of nanotechnology and what makes it tick. Let us begin.

Fullerenes
The word fullerene describes a molecule at the nanoscale that is made up of only carbon. Carbon, as we know, is the basis of nature’s construction and, therefore, also represents our very own construction on nanotechnology. Fullerenes allow us to build nanostructures, the very foundation of the nano-object in question, so that we may then tweak in our own programming and machinary that will go on to perform marvelous tasks. Think of fullerenes as the framework at a construction site. In the construction of a building, you must first lay down the flooring, then erect the beams, setup the walls, and finally you must add in features such as the roof, doors, and windows. Fullerenes allow us to lay down the “flooring”, erect the “beams”, and setup the “walls” of nanotechnology so that designers can then set forth to add in the commodities.

Scanning Tunneling Microscope
The scanning tunneling microscope is a device that allows scientists to observe molecules close up – as in the atomic level. The microscope plays on the concept of quantum tunneling which involves individual subatomic particles tunneling in between two forces. By bringing an object extremely close to the microscope and applying a very small electrical force, scientists are able to duplicate this quantum property in the lab. Scientists are then able to observe how the electrons flow into this “tunnel” and then make an analysis of those findings. It’s kind of how a bat uses ultrasonic waves to get around. The scanning tunneling micoscope doesn’t tell us what is there, but rather what is not there. Without this technology, we may not be able to work with nanotechnology at all.

Quantum dots
The science of quantum dots would be way over the majority of our heads, but the gist of it is that quantum dots are nanosized colors that can allow scientists to identify objects on a very small scale. For example, quantum dots will someday allow art dealers to mark their special artwork with a unique, tiny blot of color that will be nearly impossible to replicate by anyone else. That means that the forgery business of artwork will be put to a halt. Quantum dots can also allow doctors to mark individual cells so as to keep track of important features such as cancer cells.

Nanominerals
Considering that nanotechnology is comprised of nanostructures, it is logical to believe that there are also nanosized minerals that make up those structures. Such belief would be correct, of course, as nanotechnology is most predominately constructed of gold, silver, iron, and platinum – all in amounts that would be smaller than the width of a single hair! Below is a small list of some of these nanominerals and what they do for both us and nanotechnology.

Colloidal Gold
Colloidal gold is simply gold on a nanoscale that’s suspended in a liquid, usually being water. The important thing about colloidal gold is that it’s not just gold that’s broken apart to fit into small things; it’s actually created using chemical procedures through science. Yes, folks, we are capable of actually creating our own gold. Believe it or not, colloidal gold has actually been used since ancient times and was early used to color glass. Today, we have also found a use for colloidal gold in the production of eletronic wiring which uses bacteria coated in colloidal gold to produce a current. We have also found that colloidal gold can be used to treat rheumatoid arthritis in rats and a study has shown that gold beads that are implanted near the hip joints in dogs can reduce the pain of arthritis.

Silver Nanoparticles
Silver nanoparticles, as the name suggests, are particles comprised of silver on the nanoscale. Largely, silver nanoparticles are sometimes comprised of silver oxide due to the way they are created. Silver nanoparticles have found many uses, particularly in the medical field. Silver nanoparticles may be found in bone cement, many surgical instruments, surgical masks, and wound dressings, many of these due to the antimicrobial effect of silver nanoparticles that keep these objects extremely sterile. Samsung has also come out with a technology known as Silver Nano which applies silver nanoparticles to many household appliances such as washing machines and refrigerators to ward off bacteria. In the case of the washing machine, the appliance generates over 400 billion silver ions into your clothes in order to keep them germ-resistant for up to 30 days after washing and will fight off over 650 different types of bacteria. That means when wearing those clothes, you are basically a walking, sterile germ-retardant.

Iron Nanoparticles
Iron nanoparticles are, of course, iron particles clumped together on a nanoscale. These tiny minerals have been found to be exceedingly beneficial to the removal of toxins from contaminated ground and soil. Iron nanoparticles are also easily transportable through water which means that the cleansing of infected ground, soil, sand, or bodies of water could easily be carried out simply by dispersing the nanoparticles through the aquifer or other sources of water that naturally flow through the ground. Iron is also naturally found in our own bodies and is actually benefitial to our health, which means that we won’t be harmed if these nanoparticles were to end up in our drinking water. Despite all this, iron nanoparticles are not yet the prime method of contamination cleansing as there are still some problems associated with the method.

Hopefully you now have a clear understanding about all of the things that go into the production of nanotechnology and how it works. This guide is, by no means, the entirity of the complex nature of nanotechnology but I hope that it has given you a basis of the different aspects that the field represents. If you are truly intrigued by the science of nanotechnology then it is now upon you to research this industry further and dwelve your mind deeper down the rabbit hole and approach such sciences for yourself. As for now, I wish you the best of luck.

Nanotechnology will one day be used extensively in the field of medicine. Varying from replicating cells to analyzing broken bones to cleaning up nasty biological hazards, medicine will be greatly enhanced by all of the wonderful things that nanotechnology is capable of doing. In this article, we will thoroughly go over each of the aspects that nanotechnology will play on the medical industry and how it will help both the doctor and you, the patient. Let us begin.

Making Vaccines
Nanotechnology will greatly speed up the process of creating vaccines. Take the swine flu vaccines, for example. The reason that it takes so long to come up with a perfect vaccine (even though most vaccines on the market are no where near perfect) is because scientists must be able to take samples of medicines that they think will work and then mix them with the actual virus to see if it neutralizes the virus in a living subject. All of this is mostly trial and error and can take a long time. After that, doctors then have to see what types of negative effects it has on the host (that’s the patient) so they know how to counteract the side effects or at least know what they’re dealing with. Nanotechnology will be able to make this all go a lot faster because, being so tiny, you could theoretically load thousands of nanites with thousands of different vaccines and inject them into the host all at once and see if any of them work. If it does work, you could then narrow down your results by trying the same experiment on a new subject and only using half of the original vaccines. If it still works, then you can keep narrowing it down; if it doesn’t work, then you know that the vaccine you want is in the second experiment and you could then use the same process to narrow down those vaccines instead.

Cleaning Up Contamination
Nanotechnology will also be a big help for cleaning up chemical wastes and other types of biological hazards that may spill into a residential area. Nanotechnology will be able to work quickly by scurrying throughout the area (whether that’s on ground, air, water, or in a living subject; or even all at the same time!) and analyzing everything it comes across to decide whether that object is contaminated or not. If it decides that an object is contaminated then it can quickly separate the toxins from the object and surrounding area or simply inject anti-toxins onto the affected area. In the case of living subjects, nanotechnology will be able to continuously provide the person or animal with oxygen, monitor their vital signs, deliver anti-toxins, and constantly update the health of that body.

Biological Analysis
Nanotechnology will one day be able to scurry throughout our bodies via the circulatory system (traveling through our blood) and monitor every single vital sign that exists. Nanites will be able to address whether there’s any broken bones, torn muscle tissue, irregularities, monitor metabolism levels, monitor cholesterol levels, make sure that the organs are functioning properly, and any other type of requirement for a healthy body. If you thought that one of those cameras they stick down your throat (or rectum!) was a sign of advanced medical breakthroughs, think again! Nanites will be able to monitor your every need and alert the doctor of any problems with anything in your body. It’s like thousands of tiny, little cameras zooming around your blood stream at all hours. Rest assured, nanotechnology on its way to save the day!

Regeneration
Nanotechnology may also be able to aid and even perfect the act of regenerating cells. In case you don’t know, regeneration is the process of bringing a person back to life. Today, there are many different problems with doing so but nanotechnology may be able to fix most if not all of them. One of the biggest problems is due to the crystalization of frozen cells but nanotechnology may be able to warm those cells and even remake some of them so that the person doesn’t biologically fall apart when they’re revived. Nanotechnology may be able to also simply cure cell damage as soon as we die which means we wouldn’t even have to be frozen first.

Cancer
With over ten million Americans alone with some form of cancer or another, people are eagerly searching for remedies and treatment options. Nanotechnology may very well be the answer to the long search we’ve been hoping for. Below are two different methods of curing cancer due to nanotechnology:

Odots
Odots are gold nanites that are able to track down cancer cells in the body and identify them so that doctors can now know exactly where all cancer cells are in the body without even having to use one of those awful rectal cameras.

Nanoparticles
Nanoparticles will be able to inject chemotherapy directly into cancer cells themselves with very minimal damage to the surrounding cells. Today, chemotherapy leaves a cancer victim extremely weak and nearly dead; tomorrow, chemotherapy will be a quick, painless procedure and you’ll only feel the positive effects of the treatment. Hurray for nanotechnology!

Nanoshells
Nanoshells work similarly to nanoparticles but instead of injecting the cancer cells with chemotherapy, they will simply use the heat from infrared light. You may be surprised but scientists have discovered that when these nanites are irradiated by xrays, they produce electrons that destroy the cancer cells without harming much of the surrounding area. That means no more chemotherapy and no more sickness! Nanoshells will make cancer seem easier than the common cold.

Heal Broken Bones
In order to heal broken bones, companies are developing what is commonly known as nanotubes in order to provide bones with a proper structure in order for them to grow back in the way that they are supposed to. Coupled with other medicines, we may one day even be able to grow entire bones back within a very short period of time – whether’s that’s a few days or a few weeks is anybody’s guess, but it still beats today’s methods.

Biomarkers
A biomarker will bea form of nanotechnology that is able to attach itself to various diseased cells inside of the body in order for a doctor to be able to analyze it and treat the person accordingly. In today’s world, many diseases go undiagnosed or misdiagnosed, leading to even more complications. With this new technology, however, we will be able to save many more lives simply by being more informed.

Faster Wound Healing
A company called Z-Medica is producing medical gauze that contains special nanotechnology known as nanoparticles. These nanoparticles will be loaded with a drug called aluminosilicate, which helps blood clot faster in open wounds. Knife wound victims today have a fair chance of dying depending on how deep the cut is, where it is, and how fast that person is treated. In tomorrow’s world, however, people may carry this type of gauze on them at all times and could easily bandage themselves up in a jiffy and they will be ok until they can receive proper emergency treatment.

I hope this article has shone some light into your world concerning the various ways that nanotechnology will aid and revolutionize the medical industry. In the future, we won’t be so stressed out about medical conditions or even would-be fatal injuries that today’s medicine simply can’t help. In the world of tomorrow, we will be safer and more aware of and against the dangers surrounding us.