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Nanotechnology: The Power of Small

is the companion website for a public television series on nanotechnology and the environment, health, and privacy. See video clips of expert panels as they wrestle with dilemmas: the promise, the consequences, and potential risks of medicine, solar cells, and security systems enhanced by nanotechnology. (National Science Foundation)

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Many security applications rely on information technology. The use of nanoscale features means that the distance information must travel within a computer is vastly reduced. The smaller the distance, the more rapidly information can be processed, opening the door for faster, better, and cheaper computers.
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