INTRODUCTION<br />NANOTECHNOLOGY<br />PRESENTERS: JAY-R APOSTOL<br /> MAHMOUD AOUN<br />DATE: MARCH 24, 2011<br />
TABLE OF CONTENTS<br />1.	NANOTECHNOLOGY OVERVIEW<br />1.1 HISTORY OF NANOTECHNOLOGY<br />1.2 DEFINITION OF NANOTECHNOLOGY...
NANOTECHNOLOGY OVERVIEW<br /><ul><li>HISTORY OF NANOTECHNOLOGY
DEFINITION OF NANOTECHNOLOGY</li></li></ul><li>NANOTECHNOLOGY OVERVIEW<br />HISTORY OF NANOTECHNOLOGY<br /> - Moore’s ...
NANOTECHNOLOGY OVERVIEW<br />DEFINITION OF NANOTECHNOLOGY<br />First what is Nano?<br />Nano - A prefix<br />- From Greek ...
NANOTECHNOLOGY OVERVIEW<br />
NANOTECHNOLOGY OVERVIEW<br />What is Technology?<br />Technology – the branch of knowledge that deals with creation in the...
NANOTECHNOLOGY IN ENGINEERING<br /><ul><li>NANOMACHINES
NANOBOTS</li></li></ul><li>NANOTECHNOLOGY IN ENGINEERING<br />2. 1 NANOMACHINES<br />	I-switch<br />- ADNA nanomachine<br ...
NANOTECHNOLOGY IN ENGINEERING<br />Drosophila cells with the I-switch inside their endosomes.<br />I-switch mapping out sp...
NANOTECHNOLOGY IN ENGINEERING<br />Nanoimpellers<br />	- Nanotubes made of light-sensitive silica<br />	- Carries cancer-k...
NANOTECHNOLOGY IN ENGINEERING<br />A cancer cell culture from a kidney tumour is shown. <br />
NANOTECHNOLOGY IN ENGINEERING<br />2.2 NANOBOTS<br />Mechanical Nanobots<br />Consists of:<br />- Head<br />- Two arms<br ...
NANOTECHNOLOGY IN ENGINEERING<br />Biological Nanobot<br />Nanobot Made of Bacteria<br />- Can be injected with catheter<b...
<ul><li>WAYS OF IMPROVEMENT
NANOELECTRONICS APPLICATION</li></ul>NANOTECHNOLOGY IN ELECTRONICS<br />
NANOTECHNOLOGY IN ELECTRONICS<br />3.1 WAYS OF INPROVEMENT:<br /> - Reduce the weight and power consumption.<br /> - Im...
NANOTECHNOLOGY IN ELECTRONICS<br />3.2 NANOELECTRONICS: APPLICATIONS UNDER DEVELOPMENT<br /> - Building transistors<br ...
<ul><li>DRUG DELIVERY
THERAPY TECHNIQUES
ANTI – MICROBIAL TECHNIQUES</li></ul>NANOTECHNOLOGY IN MEDICINE<br />
NANOTECHNOLOGY IN MEDICINE<br />4.1 DRUG DELIVERY<br /> - Employing nanoparticles to deliver drugs.<br /> - Oral adminis...
NANOTECHNOLOGY IN MEDICINE<br />4.2 THERAPY TECHNIQUES<br /> - Buckyballs<br /> - Nanoshells<br /> - Nanoparticles<...
NANOTECHNOLOGY IN MEDICINE<br />4.3 ANTI-MICROBIAL TECHNIQUES<br /> - Nanoparticle Cream - Nanocapsules<br /> - Cel...
SUMMARY AND CONCLUSION<br />- From being a theory to something we can now see, words turned into reality.<br />- Nanotechn...
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  • 1. INTRODUCTION<br />NANOTECHNOLOGY<br />PRESENTERS: JAY-R APOSTOL<br /> MAHMOUD AOUN<br />DATE: MARCH 24, 2011<br />
  • 2. TABLE OF CONTENTS<br />1. NANOTECHNOLOGY OVERVIEW<br />1.1 HISTORY OF NANOTECHNOLOGY<br />1.2 DEFINITION OF NANOTECHNOLOGY<br />2. NANOTECHNOLOGY IN ENGINEERING<br />2.1 NANOMACHINES<br /> 2.2 NANOBOTS<br />3. NANOTECHNOLOGY IN ELECTRONICS<br />3.1 WAYS OF IMPROVEMENT<br />3.2 NANOELECTRONICS: APPLICATIONS UNDER DEVELOPMENT<br />4. NANOTECHNLOGY IN MEDICINE<br />4.1 DRUG DELIVERY <br />4.2 THERAPY TECHNICS<br /> 4.3 ANTI-MICROBIAL TECHNIQUES <br />5. SUMMARY AND CONCLUSION<br />6. REFERENCES<br />
  • 3. NANOTECHNOLOGY OVERVIEW<br /><ul><li>HISTORY OF NANOTECHNOLOGY
  • 4. DEFINITION OF NANOTECHNOLOGY</li></li></ul><li>NANOTECHNOLOGY OVERVIEW<br />HISTORY OF NANOTECHNOLOGY<br /> - Moore’s Law<br /> - Development of nanotechnology since 1965 <br />
  • 5. NANOTECHNOLOGY OVERVIEW<br />DEFINITION OF NANOTECHNOLOGY<br />First what is Nano?<br />Nano - A prefix<br />- From Greek word náno - meaning dwarf<br />- Extremely small<br />- In the names of units of measure – one billionth<br />-Nano meter scale - one billionth of a meter ( x10-9 m. )<br />
  • 6. NANOTECHNOLOGY OVERVIEW<br />
  • 7. NANOTECHNOLOGY OVERVIEW<br />What is Technology?<br />Technology – the branch of knowledge that deals with creation in the fields of :<br />- Engineering<br />- Industrial arts<br />- Applied science <br />- Pure science<br />Now what is Nanotechnology?<br />- The engineering of functional systems at a molecular scale<br />- The manipulation of the structure of matter at the molecular level<br />- The “bottom up” approach of building materials from a nanometer scale using techniques and tools being developed today to make complete, highly advanced products. <br />- Basically mean small technology<br />
  • 8. NANOTECHNOLOGY IN ENGINEERING<br /><ul><li>NANOMACHINES
  • 9. NANOBOTS</li></li></ul><li>NANOTECHNOLOGY IN ENGINEERING<br />2. 1 NANOMACHINES<br /> I-switch<br />- ADNA nanomachine<br />- Externally triggered by protons <br />- Based on fluorescence resounance energy transfer(FRET)<br />- Functions as a pH(a measure of acidity) sensor<br />
  • 10. NANOTECHNOLOGY IN ENGINEERING<br />Drosophila cells with the I-switch inside their endosomes.<br />I-switch mapping out spatial and temporal pH changes associated with endosome maturation.<br />
  • 11. NANOTECHNOLOGY IN ENGINEERING<br />Nanoimpellers<br /> - Nanotubes made of light-sensitive silica<br /> - Carries cancer-killing drugs<br />- Targets only cancer cells<br />- Injected into human cancer cells in vitro <br />How does it work?<br /> When light strikes the silica<br />- Tiny tails inside the tubes wag back and forth<br />- Creates a current that releases the drugs out of the tube<br />
  • 12. NANOTECHNOLOGY IN ENGINEERING<br />A cancer cell culture from a kidney tumour is shown. <br />
  • 13. NANOTECHNOLOGY IN ENGINEERING<br />2.2 NANOBOTS<br />Mechanical Nanobots<br />Consists of:<br />- Head<br />- Two arms<br />- Two legs<br />Fictional Nanobot<br />
  • 14. NANOTECHNOLOGY IN ENGINEERING<br />Biological Nanobot<br />Nanobot Made of Bacteria<br />- Can be injected with catheter<br />- Can be guided with magnetic field<br />- It’s purpose is to deliver a toxic<br />payload<br />
  • 15. <ul><li>WAYS OF IMPROVEMENT
  • 16. NANOELECTRONICS APPLICATION</li></ul>NANOTECHNOLOGY IN ELECTRONICS<br />
  • 17. NANOTECHNOLOGY IN ELECTRONICS<br />3.1 WAYS OF INPROVEMENT:<br /> - Reduce the weight and power consumption.<br /> - Improve display screens on electronics devices.<br /> - Increase the density of memory chips.<br /> - Reduce the size of transistors used in integrated circuits.<br />
  • 18. NANOTECHNOLOGY IN ELECTRONICS<br />3.2 NANOELECTRONICS: APPLICATIONS UNDER DEVELOPMENT<br /> - Building transistors<br /> - Using electrodes made from nanowires<br /> - Developing molecular-sized transistors<br /> - Using nanosized magnetic rings<br /> - Usage of carbon nanotubes<br />
  • 19. <ul><li>DRUG DELIVERY
  • 20. THERAPY TECHNIQUES
  • 21. ANTI – MICROBIAL TECHNIQUES</li></ul>NANOTECHNOLOGY IN MEDICINE<br />
  • 22. NANOTECHNOLOGY IN MEDICINE<br />4.1 DRUG DELIVERY<br /> - Employing nanoparticles to deliver drugs.<br /> - Oral administration of <br /> drugs.<br />
  • 23. NANOTECHNOLOGY IN MEDICINE<br />4.2 THERAPY TECHNIQUES<br /> - Buckyballs<br /> - Nanoshells<br /> - Nanoparticles<br /> - AluminosilicateNanoparticles<br /> - Nanofibers<br />
  • 24. NANOTECHNOLOGY IN MEDICINE<br />4.3 ANTI-MICROBIAL TECHNIQUES<br /> - Nanoparticle Cream - Nanocapsules<br /> - Cell repairs using Nanorobots<br />
  • 25. SUMMARY AND CONCLUSION<br />- From being a theory to something we can now see, words turned into reality.<br />- Nanotechnology has evolved over the period of time for many decades, and is now showing its potential to the whole world. <br />- The development of nanomachines such as: I-switch, nanoimpellers, nanobots etc.<br />- Nanotechnology will increase your standard of living.<br />- Up to today nanotechnology is what's in, what's new, and what's the latest technology being developed all over the world. <br />
  • 26. REFERENCES (IMAGES)<br />Berger, M. (2009) <br />http://www.nanowerk.com/spotlight/id10028.jpg<br />Bland, E. (2008)<br />http://dsc.discovery.com/news/2008/04/14/gallery/cancer-cells-324x205.jpg<br />3. Anonimous (2010)<br />http://4.bp.blogspot.com/_QIjZXwAi4ag/TIKuge55MGI/AAAAAAAABS8/Q<br /> 73ywLx2_5w/s1600/nanobots1.jpg<br />4. Anonimous (2010)<br />http://4.bp.blogspot.com/_QIjZXwAi4ag/TIKxNvQ3hsI/AAAAAAAABTA/p<br />Hkx_zQHXsk/s1600/Two-Legged-Nanobot-Can-Walk-on-DNA-2.jpg<br />5.   Nature Education Editorial(June 25, 2009)http://www.nature.com/scitable/blog/student-voices/nanoparticle_concerns_getting_under_your1<br />Medgadget, internet journal of emerging medical tecnology,Wednesday, March 16, 2011 http://www.medgadget.com/archives/2011/03/researchers_use_gold_nanoparticles_as_drug_carrier_in_new_cancer_treatment.html<br />Star Group Research, (01-19-10). http://www.pitt.edu/~astar/Star_research.htm<br />
  • 27. REFERENCES (TEXT)<br />Anonymous. (2011). nano. <br /> Retrieved from http://dictionary.reference.com/browse/nano<br />Anonymous. (2011). Technology.<br /> Retrieved from http://dictionary.reference.com/browse/technology<br />3. Treder, M. (2006,March 17). What is Nanotechnology?<br /> Retrieved from http://crnano.typepad.com/crnblog/2004/05/what_is_nanotec.html<br />Berger, M. (2009, April 9). Synthetic DNA nanomachines go to work inside living cells<br /> Retrieved from http://www.nanowerk.com/spotlight/spotid=10028.php<br />Bland, E. (2008, April 4). Nanoimpellers Zap Cancer Cells From Within<br /> Retrieved from http://dsc.discovery.com/news/2008/04/14/nanoimpeller-cancer.html<br />National Cancer Institute Alliance for Nanotechnology in Cancer(Nanomedicine)<br /> Retrieved from http://www.understandingnano.com/medicine.html<br />Center for Electron Transport in Molecular Nanostructures at Columbia University<br /> (Nanoelectronics) http://www.understandingnano.com/nanotechnology-electronics.html<br />8. History of Nanotechnology http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/History_of_nanotechnology<br />
  • 28. 40/40<br />Are there any questions?<br />