Nanotechnology Application (Physics)
Discover the wide range of applications of nanotechnology in the field of Electronics, Medical, Art and several other Engineering fields.
Published on: Mar 3, 2016
Transcripts - Nanotechnology Application (Physics)
A revolutionary small thing
Digging to micro...
Found around the house!
SoCs (System on Chips)
System on Chips
Nanoelectronics holds the promise of
making computer processors more
powerful than are possible with
So here is a caption of Intel's Future
A quantum dot display is an experimental
type of display technology.
Think of quantum dots as ultra-tiny
particles that will make their own light if
electricity is applied to them, or if light is
shone on them.
That color is directly related to their size,
and their color production is extremely
Electronic memory designs in the
past have largely relied on the
formation of transistors.
Two leaders in this area are Nantero
which has developed a carbon
nanotube based crossbar memory
called Nano-RAM and Hewlett-
Packard which has proposed the
use of memristor material as a future
replacement of Flash memory.
Study of DNA
Brain-machine interface (BMI) is a
fabricated system to interpret voluntary
brain activity and convert to a mechanical
Physiology:Electrical signals in brain →
spinal cord → skeletal muscle
DNA molecules, under the influence of an
electric field, are forced through nano-scale
channels (100 nm) on a “gel biochip”. The
molecules deform and stretch to pass through
the small channels.
This process separates DNA fragments by
length. This is part of the method used to
sequence the DNA in the human genome and
in identifying a unique DNA “fingerprint”.
Nanosilver:-Using the nano crystalline
form of Silver to fight against Bacteria
Regenerating Neurons:- Creating artificial
neurons to take over the functions of real
Photodynamic Therapy Nanoparticles generate supersonic
shock waves to target Cancer.
Gold nanoparticles are used in a
variety of new "sniffers" for cancer
and other diseases. As cancerous
cells grow, genes and proteins
within cells change, and this process
emits volatile organic compounds
that can be detected--this is why
some dogs can be trained to "smell"
cancer. Nanoparticles can smell it,
too, and in tiny concentrations.
The promising development of
nanotechnology has earned a great
deal of admiration from the scientific
breakthroughs in nanotechnology
are no longer confined to medicine,
biology, and engineering. Nano art
is an emerging field that allows us to
view the tiny world under the
microscope from an entirely new
While experimenting on strings of
gold nanoparticles, scientists at the
University of California have
stumbled upon an astonishing
observation. They’ve noticed that
the color of gold changes when a
string of its particles is stretched or
retracted, producing what one of the
scientists described as a beautiful
bright blue that morphs into purple
and then red. The finding has
inspired the scientists to create
sensors out of gold nanoparticles
that change colors when pressure is
applied to them.
There is still more
that we can expect
Infinity and beyond...