I know what you're thinking. Little tiny evil robots.

That's half right.

Nanotechnology is more like tiny medical instruments than tiny machines. It does stuff like pass medicine to your cells and fix microscopic cracks on your car paint job.

Things are always getting smaller, and Nanotech is an exciting step forward. But it's a risky one that needs to be tested over and over before we start using it.

We don't need to stop it totally, but don't let it by with a free pass either.

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We Won't Techno For an Answer

Technology and electronics in general can benefit from Nanotech. All of those electronic gizmos, procedures, and plasma TV's you own will soon be revolutionized by nano diodes, nano transistors, and nano everything.

Walking the Medical Mile

Even more so than electronics, medicine will see tons of innovations in the nanotech sector. With nanotech, smart drugs can be created cure ailments faster and with less side effects.

Medicine is always looking for the next big thing, and nanotech might be it. The potential for tissue regeneration, bone repair, and other whatchamacallits is definitely there.

Nanufacturing Goodness

Another big boon for nanotech is that it can really enhance the manufacturing process. Aside from all new materials with amazing properties, it can be used to previously lacking industrial processes. Read more at nanogloss.com