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*Development of nanomachines with [[somatic gene recognition]]/modification potential.  
 
*Development of nanomachines with [[somatic gene recognition]]/modification potential.  
 
*Use of [[nanocapsules]] in the delivery of drugs to specific cellular sites.  
 
*Use of [[nanocapsules]] in the delivery of drugs to specific cellular sites.  
*The monitoring of cellular function trough use of [[nanotubles]] and [[nanoparticles]].
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*The monitoring of cellular function trough use of [[nanotubles]] and [[nanoparticles]].--[[User:J. M. Rock|J. M. Rock]] 09:28, 24 January 2008 (PST)[[User:J. M. Rock|Justin Rock]]
  
 
=====CAB Nanotech Ideas=====
 
=====CAB Nanotech Ideas=====

Revision as of 17:28, 24 January 2008

Welcome to PH:254 -- Introduction to Nanotechnology at Clarion University of Pennsylvania.

In the article "Nanotechnology and the Developing World" Fabio Salamanca-Buentello, Deepa L. Persad, Erin B. Court, Douglas K. Martin, Abdallah S. Daar, and Peter A. Singer show that nanotechnology is an extremely powerful growing collection of tools that can be harnessed to address some of the world's most critical sustainable development problems.[1]

Below find examples under progress


ATTENTION STUDENTS

Please put your 3 nanotech ideas on the nanotechnology page -- and then list the concept you are going to expand on below with your signature tag:

SKM Nanotech Ideas
JMR Nanotech Ideas
CAB Nanotech Ideas
JMP Nanotech Ideas
KC Nanotech Ideas
CLM Nanotech Ideas
CAS Nanotech Ideas
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