In this issue of IEEE Spark, get an up-close look at the growing world of nanotechnology. Learn how nanotechnology is being used in applications ranging from medicine, to energy, to personal electronics; explore the nanoscale by growing sugar crystals, and discover exciting nanotechnology games.
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Working at the nanoscale isn’t something everyone will get a chance to do, but there are nanotechnology games and tools online that can simulate the real thing and help put your new knowledge into perspective.
The IEEE Nanotechnology Council (NTC) has been around for more than a decade, working to support nanotechnology theory, design, and development in its industrial, scientific, and engineering applications.
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