When things get really, really small – 80,000 times thinner than a human hair – the everyday world dissolves and we enter a very different reality – the world of atoms and molecules where materials acquire new, strange and wonderful properties. Nanotechnology is the science that allows us to work with those properties and use them in ways that can benefit society and us as individuals. For virtually every area of life, nanotechnology holds astounding promise. But like all technology, it also poses serious challenges. Join us as we wrestle with the promise and the challenge in Nanotechnology: The Power of Small.
Funders: U. S. Department of Energy; National Science Foundation
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