From an article written by AZoNano:

Nanoscience research includes molecules that are only 1/100th the size of cancer cells and these molecules have the ability to improve the quality of our lives and our health.

Currently, nine leading nanoscientists foresee what we can expect in the future, and conclude that nanoscience is ready to make significant contributions in various areas, including electronics, health care, food, water and energy.

 

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