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From water-repellant fabrics to more efficient sunscreens, nanotechnology has become increasingly commonplace

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This humorous video explains the implications and applications of nano-scale (3:11 min.)

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This creative whiteboard animation provides a nice introduction to bionanotechnology

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Biomedical engineers like Michel combine biology, medicine, and engineering to design and develop new equipment/ methods which improve quality of human health and life.

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Nanomaterials found in shrimp and crab shells may be the key to developing materials that are both incredibly strong and environmentally friendly.

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Putting Electronics into the Eye? Humans are visually oriented, and the science behind bionic eyes is not as far-fetched as you may think.

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Nanotechnology works on a scale of only a couple of nanometers in length. Within this tiny world lies the possibility for microscopic medical devices to fight disease and for computers to use microchips the size of a speck of dust, to name just a few.

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Fabric has been used for thousands of years to keep us warm, provide comfort, and protect us from the elements of nature. Fabrics have also allowed us to express ourselves through colours, patterns, cuts and other stylistic elements.

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Nanotechnology involves the construction of functional materials at the molecular/atomic scale, and it overlaps a variety of disciplines including engineering, chemistry, physics and biology.

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