Nanoelectronics Within Modern Technology

The Potential For Growth In Nanoelectronics Within Modern Technology

Nanotechnology is the way forward for many industries. The key to the improved technology is to go smaller. Smaller means less space required, less power, greater convenience and more. Therefore, nano applications are now seen more and more in different areas.

Nanotechnology is of keen interest in medical and military applications because of those benefits. In addition to these, many countries are investing in nanoelectronics.

There is a strong desire for increased development in molecular and nano electronics. These applications can improve networks and form whole new devices on a microscopic scale. There is even the chance to use this tech to improve the way that we create future nanotech.… Read More

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Nanotech To Boost Capabilities of Agriculture Drones

There is a more practical, accessible, and fun side to this nanotech world. Nanotechnology is being used in the drone/UAV industry to expand capabilities and reduce costs.

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According to BestDroneForTheJob, drones and UAVs are being used today to increase productivity and reduce costs in a variety of industries including mining, real estate, agriculture and aerial surveying

When people think of the intersection between nanotech and drones, they probably picture tiny little devices flying around like bugs on battlegrounds or running around your body –  like mechanical mosquitoes injecting into your bloodstream. This is mostly still sci-fi used to scare people.

In the real world, nanotech is being used far more widely in the drone industry to reduce weight, to extend flight times and to make these useful robot helpers work harder – for us.

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Nanotechnology in Electronics

Recent Developments In Nanotechnology And Wireless Electronics For Retinal Prosthesis

Retina implant technology attempts to restore the function of the light-activated cells found in the retina by implanting microelectronics and microchip electrodes surgically into the retina.

Nanovision Biosciences Inc. a start up based in La Jolla recently collaborated with engineers from the University of California San Diego with the aims of advancing research on restoring the ability of damaged neurons on the retina to respond to light.

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