What is Nanotechnology? What are its benefits| Nasiol India


When physics, chemistry and engineering combine, they give rise to something great which is nano-technology. ‘Nano’ refers to a unit prefix of one billionth and nano scale is at around 1-100 nanometers, used in science to define length and time.
Nano particles are synthesized to desired shape and size giving them exceptional features and abilities.

Nano level is atomic and molecular where we see a lot of material behavior thus resulting in inventions and advantages superior to what can be accomplished through conventional science.

World renowned physicist and Nobel Prize winner Richard Feynman, the man behind the nanotechnology concept has summed up this revolutionary field in one sentence: ‘there’s a lot to be done at the bottom.

Professor Norio Taniguchi first coined the term Nano technology in 1974 and its studies and funding upticked after 2000.

Consequently, nano products have become an indispensable part of our lives and amazes us in multiple fields because of its cost-effective and powerful solutions.

Fields of Application

Researchers are developing drugs from nanoparticles for diseased cells.

Electronic devices are getting smaller and durable with use of nanotechnology.

From solar panels to batteries, nanotech structures are utilized to develop and increase energy-efficiency.

Food Industry
Companies are developing nano-sized fertilizers for better and targeted performance.

Nanocoatings ensure superior lifetime and specifications in the protective coating industry.

Space industry
Extra-light and durable materials are developed for use in space.

Nano-sized filters give unique filtration to avoid air and water pollution. Water sources polluted for years are cleaned by nanotechnology.