Applications of Nanotechnology

Nanotechnology modifies the molecular structure of materials to alter their inherent characteristics and create new ones with ground-breaking uses.

  • Biomedicine-

Some nanomaterials' characteristics make them perfect for enhancing the early diagnosis and treatment of cancer or neurological illnesses. They have the capacity to specifically destroy cancer cells without endangering healthy cells. Some pharmaceutical goods, including sunscreen, have also been improved by the use of nanoparticles.


  • Textile-

Nanotechnology enables the creation of more robust, lightweight, and long-lasting materials for sports equipment and smart fabrics that are wrinkle- and stain-resistant.


  • Electronics-

In order to create quantum nanowires that are lighter, more conductive, and stronger, as well as smaller, faster, and more efficient microchips and gadgets, carbon nanotubes are quickly displacing silicon as the preferred material. Due to its characteristics, graphene is a great choice for flexible touchscreen development.


  • Supply Energy-

Solar panels with a twofold increase in sunlight electricity conversion are now feasible thanks to a novel semiconductor created by Kyoto University. Additionally, nanotechnology lowers prices, makes wind turbines that are more powerful and lighter, increases fuel economy, and, due to some nanocomponents' ability to insulate heat, can reduce energy consumption.


  • Corona Virus Diagnosis and Treatment-

Recent decades have seen an alarming rise in virus epidemics. The most recent human coronavirus to go throughout the globe is COVID-19 (SARS-CoV-2). Several different processes are used by COVID-19 to propagate, which makes it very contagious. According to recent studies, SARS-CoV-2 spreads by contact with contaminated surfaces or through the discharge of microdroplets, mostly from person to person. Tests based on certain proteins and nucleic acids, as well as point-of-care testing, are utilized for COVID-19 detection and diagnosis. These assays for SARS-CoV-2 detection can be made better and more affordably thanks to nanotechnology's many applications. Numerous nanomaterials have already been employed for virus detection, including metallic nanoparticles, polymeric nanoparticles, silica nanoparticles, and carbon nanotubes.


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