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35th International Conference on Nanomaterials and Nanotechnology, will be organized around the theme “Theme: Exchange of Technological Advances in the field of Nanotechnology & Materials Science”
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DNA nanotechnology is a branch of nanotechnology concerned with the design, study and application of synthetic structures based on DNA. DNA nanotechnology takes advantage of the physical and chemical properties of DNA rather than the genetic information it carries.
The utilization of nanotechnology in growth treatment offers some energizing potential outcomes, including the likelihood of decimating malignancy tumors with insignificant harm to sound tissue and organs, and also the discovery and end of disease cells before they frame tumors. Most endeavors to enhance disease treatment through nanotechnology are at the examination or advancement stage. However the push to make these medications, the truth is very engaged.
Advances in nanoparticle (NP) production and demand for control over nanoscale systems have had significant impact on tissue engineering and regenerative medicine (TERM). The delivery of bioactive (growth factors, chemokines, inhibitors, cytokines, genes etc.) and contrast agents in a controlled manner are important implements to exert control over and monitor the engineered tissues. This need resulted in utilization of NP based systems in tissue engineering scaffolds for delivery of multiple growth factors, for providing contrast for imaging and also for controlling properties of the scaffolds.
In this technology, complex products are built using nanomachines. This process is not at all similar to nanomaterials as it is based on molecular manufacturing. The mechanosynthesis process used for this technology will be assisted by complex molecular machine systems.The whole process of molecular nanotechnology would include the combination of physical theories with chemical demonstrations and other nanotechnologies, in addition to the different methods used in macro scale factories.
The term covers a diverse set of devices and materials, with the common characteristic that they are so small that inter-atomic interactions and quantum mechanical properties need to be studied extensively. Some of these candidates include: hybrid molecular/semiconductor electronics, one-dimensional nanotubes/nanowires (e.g. silicon nanowires or carbon nanotubes) or advanced molecular electronics. Nanoelectronic devices have critical dimensions with a size range between 1 nm and 100 nm Nanoelectronics are sometimes considered as disruptive technology because present candidates are significantly different from traditional transistors.
Classical molecular dynamics studies of nanomachines may not give an accurate representation of their performance. Fortunately a new method, internal coordinate quantum Monte Carlo, an improved technique for computing quantum mechanical ground-state energies and wavefunctions, has the potential capability to model these systems. Some relevant examples demonstrate that the quantum ground state for many-body systems similar to those of interest in nanotechnology has a qualitatively different structure than that obtained from a molecular dynamics calculation which exhibited chaos and gross instabilities at energies of only a fraction of the ground-state energy.
Nanoparticles behave differently than other similarly sized particles. It is therefore necessary to develop specialized approaches to testing and monitoring their effects on human health and on the environment. While nanomaterials and nanotechnologies are expected to yield numerous health and health care advances, such as more targeted methods of delivering drugs, new cancer therapies, and methods of early detection of diseases, they also may have unwanted effects.
The basic laws of physics governing the behavior of microscopic particles are in certain respects simple. They give rise both to complex behavior of macroscopic aggregates of these particles, and more remarkably, to a new kind of simplicity. Thermodynamics focuses on the simplicity at the macroscopic level directly, and formulates its laws in terms of a few observable parameters like temperature and pressure. Statistical Mechanics, on the other hand, seeks to build a bridge between mechanics and thermodynamics, providing in the process, a basis for the latter, and pointing out the limits to its range of applicability.