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Five application trends of nanotechnology in the future

2018-09-06 11:35 View:
"Doctor" in the human body
 
People can now wear a health monitoring device to keep abreast of their condition. If this technology is further miniaturized, micro-sensors can be implanted or injected into the human body to capture more detailed information of the patient, which is more conducive to doctors' diagnosis and treatment.
 
In addition, there are other possibilities, such as monitoring the development of human inflammation, postoperative recovery, titanium powder etc., and even an electronic device that interferes with human signals and has the function of controlling organs. Although this may sound unbelievable, nano silicon powder a pharmaceutical giant such as GlaxoSmithKline has now begun to develop such electronic medical products.
 
Sensors everywhere
 
Thanks to the latest nanomaterials and manufacturing processes, sensors are getting smaller, more complex, and more energy efficient. At present, flexible sensors can be used to mass produce sensors with excellent performance at a lower cost. If you continue to develop, you can install multiple sensors at the necessary locations on critical infrastructure, such as bridges, aircraft, and nuclear power plants, to monitor the safe operation of your facility.
 
Self-healing structure
 
Changing the nanoscale structure of the material gives them some magical properties, such as water resistance. In the future, nanotechnology coatings or additives may also give the material the ability to repair itself.
 
Assuming that the material is covered with nanoparticles, then when there are cracks on the surface, silicon nitride powder the particles can move by themselves and then the cracks will be closed. This technology can be applied from the cockpit of the aircraft to the various fields of microelectronics, preventing subtle ruptures from becoming more harmful to cracks.
 
Make big data work bigger
 
The application of sensors generates unprecedented amounts of information, so they need to be processed to improve traffic congestion and prevent accidents, or to use statistical data to deploy police resources and reduce crime rates.
 
The application of nanotechnology in this area creates an ultra-dense memory that helps store extremely large amounts of data while also facilitating the development of highly efficient algorithms that process, encrypt and communicate data while ensuring reliability.
 
Responding to global warming
 
Today, batteries can store more energy for electric vehicles, and solar panels convert more sunlight into electricity. Both applications use nanotexture or nanomaterials to transform the plane into a larger three-dimensional surface, storing and generating more energy, so the equipment is more efficient.
 
In the future, nanotechnology can also allow objects to absorb energy aluminum nitride from the surrounding environment. New types of nanomaterials and concepts are under study that are expected to efficiently generate energy from object movement, light, temperature changes, glucose, and other sources.

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