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    and very risky to do surgery. But, due to advances in nanotechnology, the surgery could be quick and painless with almost no inherent risk and would not be nearly as invasive. Nanotechnology isn’t exactly new; it has been discussed and studied for many years. However, advances in this field have led to new and exciting discoveries. Surgeries, for example, are one of the things to which nanotechnology has provided a promising future. This promise, however, has a dark side. While there have been quite a few innovations that have launched this technology to the forefront of many scientists’ minds, countless skeptics and nonbelievers…

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    The scientific technology focussed on the nano (extremely small quantity mass or object type of objects) is called nano-technology. The International System of Units (SI) for one billionth of a meter (10^-9) The term nanotechnology was described by Harry as the processing of consolidation, partition and deformation of materials by one molecule or one atom (Tibbals, 2010). With the new properties It is constantly evolving as commercial interest in the present scientific community.…

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    (Sutradhar & Amin, 2014). The use of nanotechnology can provide a specific drug delivery system and overcome the challenges faced. Nanotechnology is a field that covers various areas such as biology, engineering, chemistry and physics (Gandhi et al., 2014). Due to its small size, nanoparticles have high surface area that not only allow ways for more efficient drug release to the cells and also be able to be functionalization (Nie et al., 2007). There are mainly…

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    is not completely out of the question. The stability of nature may be disturbed as the influence of technology and man can upset the natural progression of evolution and genetics. In addition, the consequences of creating such technology can create long-term negative effects that may have no solutions, such as environmental, political, and biological issues. In the novel Prey, the technological innovations of nanotechnology have led to unprecedented results that have created numerous disasters…

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    work in the agriculture field which based on the modern techniques and depend on the good soil of the delta and the pure water of the River Nile. While the industrial zone is in the north of the city, the commercial zone is in the west of the city and the residential zone locates south of the city, In addition to some unique communities such as fishermen community, they live in a bubble- islands in the Mediterranean Sea. Utopia is a city for all, it is made up of different social classes, and…

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    PART 2 Article 1: Researchers disguise drugs as platelets to target cancer 1) Describe the structure of the nanoparticle, including what it is composed of and what it contains inside and possesses on the outside. Inside there is a synthetic core nanogel. On the outside it possesses a platelet membrane shell. The TRAIL is attached on the surface of membrane and Dox is loaded in the core of nanogel. ( Hu, 2015 para. 1) 2) Explain the mechanism of how the nanoparticle system delivers the drug to…

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    Nanotechnology is a science and engineering technology conducted at the nanoscale, which is 1 to 100 nanometers, so basically speaking it’s a manipulation or changing in matter. Some people have thought that that this revolutionary science has just been discovered, but it has been discovered ever since the 1950’s , yet the technology had finally called a study of science in the 1980’s paving the way of nanotechnology discoveries and advancements. However, many people are only aware of the…

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    A polymer is a large molecule which is formed by repeated linkage of small molecule called monomers. Conducting polymer have been the subjects for many decades as possible synthetic metals. Many of these polymer, especially those with a conjugated pi-bond system ,often yield higher conductivity once having undergone the doping process. Polymers are typically insulators due to their very high resistivity .Insulators have tightly bound electrons so that nearly no electron flow occurs ,and they…

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    This article discusses the research behind the bioluminescent millipedes. These rare species are classified as Motyxia. Paul Marek is an entomologist who was determined to find these rare millipedes near San Luis Obispo, California. Marek set out on his journey in 2013. Bioluminescent millipedes are fluorescent, meaning they glow a green hue under UV light. Marek found it easier to search for the millipedes during the night. Soon after arriving at his location he found three bioluminescent…

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    1.7.3 Gujarat Science City, Ahmedabad Planet Earth Pavilion of Gujarat Science City, Ahmedabad The Gujarat Science City in Ahmedabad is functioning under the aegis of Department of Science and Technology, Government of Gujarat. Objectives of the Science City are: • To develop a scientific temper • To nurture and stimulate scientific faculties of mind • To promote innovative and experimental activities • To showcase breakthroughs in Science and Technology • To establish a countrywide network…

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