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Nanotechnology works around the smallest, most amazing fragments of science from storing and altering things on the cellular level, to creating new, tiny pieces of electronics.
Do you have a keen eye for detail? Do want to innovate and create new processes and things not seen prior to this? Do you want to be a crucial cog in the clock of the future? Have you ever had an interest in atoms? Then perhaps, Nanoengineering is the course for you.
Nanotechnology is a highly specialised field that zooms down to an acute attention to detail so as to improve technology. Working with genetics and the smallest man-made building blocks in existence is at the core of thMore details Less
Introduction to Computational Methods
Organic Chemistry for Nanotechnology Engineers
Physics for Nanotechnology Engineers
Introduction to Materials Science and Engineering
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