The paper covers the possible expected business opportunities due to new nanotechnology products and services in above areas with an expected time scale and future possibilities of nanotechnology innovations and the magic (like science fictions) going to happen in human life. The paper also covers how nanotechnology is a disruptive innovation going to solve all present major problems due to increased population in the society like food, energy, drinking water, health and environment. II. CHALLENGES FOR HUMAN PROSPERITY The emerging nanotechnology is expected to solve both basic needs and comfort needs of human beings. The basic needs of human being are food, drinking water, energy, cloth, shelter, health and environment and the comfort needs are realizing the automation in every field, space travel and expanded life-span and so on.
Another major consequence in using nanotechnology in the medical field, especially veterinary is the “toxic pulmonary responses in animals,” because of the diverse anatomy and physiology that they possess their bodies react completely different to this technology compared to the human body (Gwinn). Testing these nanobots on many species of animals have proved that the materials used to build them does not completely go hand in hand with the anatomy of the animals. The compounds inside the bots caused changes to the molecular structure of some of the important cells inside the animals, generating noxious chemicals that eventually kill the animals. Nanotechnology in the medical field is supposed to make doctors work easy, so many scientists are developing nanobots that will help doctors perform surgeries as they are being controlled by a remote. Many questions arise when these kinds of procedures are used to perform surgeries inside the human body, one being what happens if the doctors lose control of bots and
Commercialisation of nanotechnology from research to economically viable product is particularly vulnerable to the “Valley of Death” point of commercialisation graph compared to any other technologies due to the reasons related to a product focus, market engagement, scale up and product development . From a business perspective, the essential elements for the successful commercialization of a specifically directed nanotechnology include innovative products, market size, market potential, and the current economic scenario and accordingly, we have developed a model for successful nanotechnology commercialization process as shown in fig. 1 which include the various sequence of steps to develop standard
Introduction Biotechnology is the use of biological systems or organisms to create products or perform processes that are beneficial to mankind. Broadly, this entails any form of manipulation to biological organisms and systems. Even though lab related biotechnology expanded in the late twentieth century, following the discovery of Deoxyribonucleic Acid (DNA) in 1953, much older biotechnological techniques and processes had already existed. These include beer production, biological pest control and domestication of plants and animals; including selective crop farming and breeding of livestock. Following the exponential growth in the field of biotechnology many societal, ethical and legal issues have emerged.
As a consequence of the constant development of science and biotechnology, in the last couple of years, scientists have discovered some of the mysteries of this marvelous process. Now a day, it is even possible to reverse, in some cells the process of ageing. However, new challenges arise regarding the management and application of this new biotechnology. The purpose of this essay is to examine ageing as a biotechnology by discussing the positive and negative impact it might has. In this essay the advantages and disadvantages of ageing will be discussed.
INTRODUCTION With the rapid progress of technology and science, nanotechnology becomes a prominent accomplishment of the humanity. The ability to observe and comprehend the nanomaterial has a beneficial human to extend our knowledge in a variety range of industries and scientific endeavors. Nanotechnology is defined as a structure that conducted the size of one nanometer to one hundred nanometers and it is invisible to the human eye. Nanotechnology allows the scientists to manipulate one particular particles property at a very small size and adapt it in any applications in real life (Understanding Nano, 2016). One of the applications that makes nanotechnology exceedingly successful is the use of nanomaterial in sunscreen Sunscreen provides
1. Introduction Nanotechnology has the potential to solve problems related to human civilizations pertaining to both basic needs and aspirations for comfort life. The basic needs of human being are food, drinking water, energy, cloth, shelter, health and clean environment. The aspirations for comfort life are realizing the automation in every field, space travel and expanded lifespan and so on. Due to continuous efforts of scientists and engineers during last 30 years, there is a substantial progress in realizing the nanotechnology-based components and products in different areas including agriculture, food product and packaging, purification of water, automobiles, atmospheric cleaning, renewable energy, energy storage, consumer goods, sports equipment,
Biotechnology can be defined as the use of microorganisms, plants or animal cells or components to produce products and processes useful to humans. The term ‘Biotechnology’ was coined by Karoly Ereky in 1919. Biotechnology essentially deals with industrial scale production of biopharmaceutical and biological. The application of biotechnology include therapeutics, diagnostics , genetically modified crops for agriculture, processed food, bioremediation, waste treatment and energy production. Biotechnology have the following three critical research area • To provide the best catalyst in the form of improved organism, usually a microbe or pure enzyme.
USE OF BIOTECHNOLOGY IN DEVELOPMENT OF FOOD PRODUCTS Biotechnology has been applied in the food industry since a long time to enhance properties such as nutritional value, taste, shelf-life of foods. When microorganisms and their enzymes are used to bring about desirable changes in a product, the process is known as fermentation. However,several other biotechnological techniques are used for the development and improvement of food products. The goal of the food biotechnology field is to improve nutritional values as well as flavor, fragrance, texture, etc., to improve the situation of malnutrition in developing countries. Also, the technologies applied to the product should also ensure that it’s safe to consume.
Application of Nanotechnology in Cosmetics 沙迪, I201420052 Abstract The Science of controlling particles and atoms in the nanoscale is called Nanotechnology, which is 80,000 times tinier than the width of a human’s hair. The utilization of nanotechnology has extended over different branches of science, from electronics to medicine. However, nanotechnology has now discovered applications in the field of beauty care products which is called Nano-cosmetics. This widespread influence of nanotechnology in the cosmetic industry is due to the improved properties attained by the particles at the Nano level including color, solubility, transparency and so forth. The different sorts of nanomaterials utilized in beautifying agents incorporate nanosomic, liposomes, fullerenes, solid lipid particles and so on.