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Nanotechnology (Seminar)

Nanotechnology (Seminar)

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it is seminar reort in Nanotechnology
again a simple seminar not a deep report...
it is seminar reort in Nanotechnology
again a simple seminar not a deep report...

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Sushila Devi Bansal CollegeOf Technology, Indore
Session 2008-09
Seminar Report On:
Nanotechnology: Engendering an Eraof Industrial Revolution
Submitted to:Submitted by:
Mr. Dinesh Rajpoot Tanmay BaidRohit Tomar
 
ComputerScienceIIyear, III sem.  Table of Contents:
1.
Introduction.2.Nanotechnology in Computers.2.1.Ballistic Sensor Disks.2.2.Spintronics.
2.3.
Smart Dust.
3.
Nanotechnology in Medicine.
3.1
Cell Surgery, Cell Pharmacology.
3.2
Microvibore Artificial WBC.
3.3
Reciprocites: Mechanical Artificial RBC.
3.4
Ribosome.
3.5
Utility Fog.4.Nanotechnology & International Security.5.Nanotechnology and Environment.6.Basis of Economy: A Strong possibility.7.Conclusion.
8.
References.
 
Nanotechnology: Engendering an Eraof Industrial Revolution
1. Introduction:
A technology stepping into every aspect of our lines,powerful enough to make things easier andimpossible which hitherto was unimaginable. Thesethings include desktop manufacturing cellularrepairs, artificial intelligence, inexpensive spacetravel, abundant energy and environmentalrestoration, ie radically changing the whole economicand political systems. This is the Nanotechnology.Nanotechnology is the creation of useful materials,devices and systems through manipulation ominiscule matter, manipulation of matter at theatomic or nonoscale (i.e one billionth of meter). The semiconductors industry is edging closer to theworld of non technology where components areminiastured to the point of individual molecules andatones this world alone automatic contention of consumer goods with traditional labour like a Xeroxml/c produces unlimited retyping of the originalinformation. The shotgun marriage of chemistry andengineering called is ushering in the era of self-replicating machinery and self-assemblingconsolatory goods made from cheap raw atoms.

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