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January 23rd, 2007

Nanotechnology for biological, biomedical and chemical sensing

Abstract:
Recent advances in nanoscience and nanotechnology have open up myriad opportunities for applications and commercialization. Nanotechnology's ability to manipulate atoms and molecules enables us to create nanoscale materials and novel device structures with fundamentally new properties and unprecedented functions. Nanotechnology is anticipated to dramatically change every aspect of our lives. Among the diverse and interdisciplinary nature of nanoscience, nanochemistry, nanobiology, and nanobiomedicine are the areas attracting wide attention. These areas not only represent novel and unique chemical strategies to make unprecedented functional nanomaterials, but also can deliver better health and longer life spans through related diagnosis and therapy.

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