Nanotechnology Essay | Nanotechnology

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Nanotechnology

Summary: Essay describes the physics involved in nanotechnology and many of its applicaions.
"There's Plenty of Room at the Bottom." This is the title of Richard Feynman speech on nanotechnology delivered in 1959, through which the theory of nanotechnology was first introduced. After its introduction in 1959 the first comprehensive article on nanotechnology was not produced until 1981. Within its short lifespan many differing applications have been theorized for nanotechnology. These applications include aerospace applications, self-replicating nanostructures, and biological manipulation. Each of these applications have been theorized with the possibility of future development. The biomedical application could lead to the elimination of deadly diseases, the self replicating nanostructures to the fabrication of many limited resources, and NASA has plans to use nanotechnology in the development of their computer systems and launch vehicles. Nanotechnology has potential to be the single largest scientific development ever, which would change the way we live our lives.

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