II. How Nanotechnology Advances Electronics
a. Electronic Switches
c. Magnetic Hollow Spheres
III. Nanotechnology Upgrades Medical Equipment
a. Nanotube technology
b. Hybridizing magnetic relaxation nanosensors (hMRS)
c. Tools can be used for faster diagnostics, therapeutics, and molecular biology IV. Nanoparticles intercalated with medicine
a. Nanotechnology for hunting pathogens
b. Development of functional nanoparticles linked to biological molecules c. Nanotechnology as cure for cancer.
V. Future of Medicine with Nanotechnology
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Nanoscience should zero in on improving the medical technology that is at our disposal at the moment. Although we can say that some equipment is advanced, only a few of the population benefit from this. This is because advanced equipment requires large amounts of money that most of the population do not have. What nanoscience can do is to improve the technology of our medical equipment and make sure that the people have access to it for a lower cost. Because of its small particles, it will speed up lab tests, diagnosis, treatment, and the like while reducing the cost.
Medical Advancements through Nanotechnology
Nanoscience is a fast growing branch of science. And its subtopic, nanotechnology, will help us improve and upgrade our current technology.
Current medical technology costs too much. With the help of nanotechnology, we can speed up all medical processes for a lower cost. Nanotubes speed up biological sensors. Hybridizing magnetic relaxation nanosensors detect hidden pathogens. With these types of equipment, a doctor in the future can conduct lab tests and give diagnosis in a single office visit. When nanotechnology is intercalated with medicine, the cost of an existing $50 lab test can be cut down to $1.
Nanoscience is defined as “the study of performance of ultra-small structures, materials and devices, usually 0.1 to 100nm.” It is also defined as “the study of manipulating materials on an atomic or molecular scale.” According to Dictionary.com’s 21st Century Lexicon, nanotechnology is a topic under nanoscience that talks about the manipulation of matter and electronics the size of atom or molecule. This subtopic deals on devices, material structures that are 1-100 nanometers in size.
Nanoscience plays and will play a bigger role in the advancement of electronics. With the help of nanotechnology, we can reduce electronic circuit elements to single molecules. The ability to produce electronic switches that can perform electronic logic functions within a single molecule will pave the way for a new generation of more enhanced and more sustainable electronics. The switch was discovered through studying the rotation of three metal atoms held together by a nitrogen atom. These clusters of atoms were enclosed within a hollow cage made up entirely of carbon atoms and were observed to rotate between several structures under the simulation of electrons. This rotation changes the molecule’s ability to conduct an electric current and switch among logic states without changing the spherical shape of the carbon cage. Because of this constant spherical shape, the...