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<font color=#AA0000>The future of Nanotechnology</font> has vast implications for future generations. Nanotechnology is recognized as the â€śhottestâ€ť new area in medicine and other fields. Researchers utilizing valid Nanotechnology are aggressively working to develop Nano-products, with a rush to file patents. With 90-years of combined medical and scientific expertise, these researchers have developed.
Current research in nanotechnology focuses on discovering new materials and newer properties. The next level obviously is the impact this knowledge will have on manufacturing, especially for new devices. Itâ€™s a challenging field since it involves manipulating sensitive nano-particles and integrating them with micro-electronic components to communicate with the real world. In other words, devices that currently are built using the science of microelectronics will be smarter, faster and smaller thanks to nanotechnology. All the technological advances of the last decade will be influenced by nanotechnology, especially in industrial manufacturing in the context of not only what is being manufactured, but also how it will be manufactured.
That this nascent field is getting the required encouragement can be observed from the fact that the Indian Government has made a grant of Rs 1,000 crore to the Department of Biotechnologyâ€™s Nanomission. The funds will be disbursed over the next three years to promote, study, research and develop the field of nanotechnology in . Seven centres of excellence have also been established to promote R&D in nanotechnology. Some of these institutions include the Indian Institute of Science and the Jawaharlal Nehru Centre for Advanced Scientific Research, both in , and National Chemical Laboratories, Pune. They also have collaborative partnerships with leading universities abroad to facilitate knowledge and information exchange. Solar energy, drug delivery systems and medical diagnostic equipment are some of the end applications of research work. Many industries like information technology, aerospace, automotive and telecom are developing nano-composites to give their products a competitive edge