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Nanotechnology by Mind Map: Nanotechnology

1. How is it used?

1.1. Computing

1.1.1. quantum cryptography

1.1.2. computer chips IBM ’s Self assembling nano-technology now allows chips to run 35% faster and changes the conventional chip making technology.

1.2. Bioinformatics

1.2.1. computational molecular biology the use of computers to store, search and characterize the genetic code of genes, the proteins linked to each gene and their associated functions.

1.2.2. Medical Advances Possibility to regenerate tissues, organs, and nerve cells so they can repair themselves

1.2.3. Gene Therepy

1.3. Telecommunications

1.3.1. mobile phones goal may be to use super-small technologies to make phones strong, more wear-resistant and even self-cleaning

1.3.2. RF MEMS

1.3.3. wireless networks

1.4. Packaging

1.4.1. lighter and stronger materials

1.4.2. better insulation

1.4.3. less gas absorption

2. Opportunities

2.1. smaller devices

2.2. building bottom-up devices

2.3. faster processing speeds

3. India

3.1. People

3.1.1. Indian President, Dr. Abdul Kalam- instructor of nanotechnology at the Indian Institute of Technology in Madras

3.1.2. Kapil Sibal Minister of Science and Technology

3.1.3. R. Aiyagari Department of Science and Technology advisor

3.2. Research

3.2.1. Dept of Science and Technology Nano Science & Technology Initiative (NSTI)

3.2.2. Indian Institute of Technology

3.2.3. Biotechnology Information System Network

3.2.4. Veeco -- New Laboratory in Bangalore as of July 27, 2007

3.2.5. Amity Institute of Nanotechnology

3.2.6. Tezpur University

3.2.7. Chemistry Department at the University of Delhi developed 11 patentable technologies for improved drug delivery systems using nanoparticles

3.3. Companies

3.3.1. Dabur Pharma Limited cancer research and anticancer products

3.3.2. Indira Gandhi Centre for Atomic Research ( IGCAR )

3.3.3. U-Shu Nanotech: Nanotechnology resource center for India Student and Research resources Industry related services and Market Research

3.3.4. Nanocet

3.3.5. Velbionanotech -- Bioinformatics

3.3.6. HP-Bangalore

3.3.7. Nano Hyderabad

3.3.8. Nano Cutting Edge Technology Pvt. Ltd. - Nanocet® pioneering the development of uniquely advanced biostabilized nanoparticles technology

3.3.9. Yashnanotech front runner in the field of Nanotechnology

3.3.10. Satyam Computer and HCL Tech

3.3.11. Cranes Software International Limited

3.3.12. Monad Nanotech

3.3.13. Innovations United Technologies

3.3.14. Qtech Nanosystems

3.3.15. Naga Nanotech India

3.4. Products

3.4.1. Carbon Nanotube Water Filtration System

3.4.2. Typhoid Detection Kit

3.4.3. Nano-Biomedical sensors glucose detection and endoscopic implants

3.4.4. Nano tube filter water purification

3.4.5. possibility of a improved heart pacemaker nanotubes, which will sit in the human body and generate power from blood

4. India-China

4.1. Indian exports to China increased to $10.46 billion

4.2. imports from China increased to $14.48 billion

4.3. growth of Indian exports to China 7.05%,

4.4. export from China to India increased by 63.23%

5. Threats

5.1. Environment

5.2. Civil Rights/Privacy

5.3. Potential Health Risks

6. What is nanotechnolgy?

6.1. billionith of a meter

6.2. enginnering of functional systems at the molecular level

6.3. science below 100 nm

6.4. method of controlling matter at near-atomic scales to produce unique or enhanced materials, products and devices

6.5. activities at the level of atoms and molecules that have applications in the real world.

7. World Nanotech Market


7.2. Market for nanotech in China likely to reach USD 31.4 billion by 2010

7.3. China's market share likely to be more than 6% by 2010

8. China

8.1. People

8.1.1. Xu Guanhua, Minister of Science and Technology

8.1.2. Dr. Bai Chunli, Exec. VP of CAS a leading expert in China's molecular nanostructure and nanotechnology studies

8.1.3. Dr. Xu Zhengzhong, Deputy President of CNANE

8.2. Research

8.2.1. Chinese National Academy of Nanotechnology and Engineering (CNANE)

8.2.2. Chinese Academy of Sciences (CAS) CAS Physical Institute CAS Chemical Institute

8.2.3. Xiamen University

8.2.4. Tsinghua University

8.2.5. National Center for Nanoscience and Technology of China (NCNST)

8.2.6. Institute of NanoMaterials and NanoTechnology (INMT)

8.2.7. Hangzhou University

8.2.8. Nanjing University

8.2.9. Peking University

8.3. Products

8.3.1. Nano Magnetic Alloy Nano Fe/Co Alloy (Nano Ferro-Cobalt Alloy) ?

8.3.2. tetrahexahedral (24-facet) nanocrystal improve efficiency of hydrogen production for fuel cells

8.4. Companies

8.4.1. Beijing Chamgo Nano-Tech

8.4.2. Anson Nano-Biotechnology Co. Ltd

8.4.3. HP-Beijing

8.4.4. Shanghai Huzheng Nanotechnology Co., Ltd.