India and China work towards dominance in Nanotechnology it is the next outsourcing wave
Harish Baliga
Apr. 4, 2005

Nanotechnology is the next wave of technology boom. India and China silently is getting ready for the same. And so is America, Europe and Japan, The ASEAN countries are looking towards the West for the technology.

India and China want to be the epicenter for this new technological revolution. It will be larger than the IT, Medical and Internet boom.

If applied and implemented efficiently, Nanotechnology can make India and China get back their glory of the ancient time prosperity in true sense.

It is the technology of making atoms intelligent. It is the ultimate in materials engineering. It can create miracle, it can create the magic the world is waiting for.

We''ll be able to snap together the fundamental building blocks of nature easily, inexpensively and in most of the ways permitted by the laws of physics. This will be essential if we are to continue the revolution in computer hardware beyond about the next decade, and will also let us fabricate an entire new generation of products that are cleaner, stronger, lighter, and more precise.

It's worth pointing out that the word "nanotechnology" has become very popular and is used to describe many types of research where the characteristic dimensions are less than about 1,000 nanometers.

It will be a revolution in molecular robotics - robotic devices that are molecular both in their size and precision. These molecular scale positional devices are likely to resemble very small versions of their everyday macroscopic counterparts. They will cure human beings going inside the body as part of the blood cells. They will repair engines as part of the lubrication material or fuel. They will extend the life of a car battery for tens of years!

All the countries are racing towards mastery of Nanotechnology.


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