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Nanotechnology and the sciences that are associated with it have attracted much
attention recently. While there are considerable efforts underway that aim to
commercialise nanotechnology, most of the activity seems to focus on research and
development activities. This paper reviews impact of nanotechnology on computing,
transportation, data storage, space exploration, national security, energy and information
More than forty years ago, Richard Feynman said, ?The principles of physics, as far
as I can see, do not speak against the possibility of manoeuvring things atom by atom.?
He continued, ?There is plenty of room at the bottom.?
Nanotechnology is the projected ability to make things from the bottom up, using
techniques and tools that are being developed today to place every atom and molecule in
a desired place. If this form of molecular engineering is achieved, which seems probable,
it will result in a manufacturing revolution. Presently our handling of the molecular
manufacturing process is very crude, we move atoms around in great heaps and pile
them together, but we lack the ability to snap them together in a meaningful way. With
nanotechnology, we?ll be able to snap together the fundamental building blocks of nature
easily, inexpensively and in almost any arrangement that we desire.
In this paper the author presents the basic concept of Nanotechnology with a focus
on Nanocomputing. Further this paper takes a review of applications of nanotechnology
in the fields of transportation, data storage, space exploration, national security, energy
and information systems
Abhijeet Gaikwad has completed his B. Tech at the age of 23 years from Visvesvaraya National Institute
of Technology, India and has majored in Electrical Engineering. Currently he is doing his Masters from
JBIMS, Mumbai, India
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