Published on: Mar 3, 2016
Transcripts - Nanotechnology poem
The Future You Can Not See Beyond simplistic observation Lies a world of minuscule dimensions. Unreachable to the naked eye;Smaller than the red blood cell of some guy. An electron microscope is required To venture into such domain. Several young scientists have admired The field of nanotechnology, not in vain. Countless discoveries have been made That are everything but mundane. Creations of our wildest imaginationThat open the doors for future generations. The night sky emits a faint light
Because of trees with leaves that glow. They are a warm an inviting sightFor they have been infused with nanoparticles of gold. There are sponges with pores so small They can lift particles right of the wall. Carbon tubes of nanostructure Stronger than steel and great conductors. Cancer patients will be glad to hear That nanobots may be their treatment. They could save the ones you hold dear If perfected by students that are diligent. Scientists create all these inventions To assist society and its perturbations. This is what makes research sensational
And why we must study to become professionals.
Sources: Dr. Andrew Greenberg, Jaritza Gomez , University of Wisconsin. Internet Wilfredo Otaño, UPR Cayey