Nanosciences and Nanotechnology: Evolution or Revolution?
Jean-Michel Lourtioz, Marcel Lahmani, Claire Dupas-Haeberlin, Patrice Hesto
Springer, Oct 7, 2015 - Science - 438 pages
This book provides information to the state of art of research in nanotechnology and nano medicine and risks of nano technology. It covers an interdisciplinary and very wide scope of the latest fundamental research status and industrial applications of nano technologies ranging from nano physics, nano chemistry to biotechnology and toxicology. It provides information to last legislation of nano usage and potential social impact too. The book contains also a reference list of major European research centers and associated universities offering licences and master of nano matter. For clarity and attractivity, the book has many illustrations and specific inserts to complete the understanding of the scientific texts.
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Part I Nanophysics Nanoelectronics and Nanophotonics
2 Overview of the Field
The Secret Revolution of Magnetic Sensors
Part II Nanomaterials and Nanochemistry
5 Overview of the Field
10 Nanomedicine and Nanotechnology for Medicine
A Novel Technology for Anticancer and Antibiotic Drugs with Enhanced Activity
12 Health Impacts of Nanomaterials
A New Challenge?
Part IV Nanotechnology and Society
The French Research System
15 Training in Nanoscience and Nanotechnology
16 Nanotechnology and Industry
Nanocrystallites in Cement What Future After Two Thousand Years?
8 Applications III NanoTiO2
Part III Nanobioscience Nanomedicine and Nanotoxicology
New Ideas and Tools for Investigating and Manipulating Living Systems
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