Nanotechnology involves working with matter at the scale of one-billionth of a meter (1 nanometer). It refers to the manipulation of matter on the minutest scale, i.e. atoms and molecules.
According to Mooreâ„¢s law, the number of transistors on a chip doubles every 18 months. Going by this law, current standards would no longer be feasible. Carbon Nanotubes technology is under progress and it will take quit a lot of time for practical implementation.
NEW NANOPOLYMER CONCEPT
0â„¢s and 1â„¢s make up the digital information and we try to cram as much information as possible. Our Nanopolymer setup uses thousands of nano-sharp tips to punch indentations representing individual bits into a thin plastic polymer film. The result is similar to a nanotech version of the Ëœpunch cardâ„¢ but this technology is re-writeable and may be able to store more than 3 billion bits of data in the space occupied by just one hole in a standard punch card. The indentations that are left on the polymer film measure about 10 nanometers each and carry a digitized version of the data. A punched indentation may refer to as 0 or 1. Practical implementation of this technology is possible.
NanoPolymerRobots are nanodevices that will be used for the purpose of maintaining and protecting the human body against pathogens. This is at present possible only with the above proposed technology. We have designed the nanorobot structure.
Proposed applications include Nanopolymer machine for mouthwash, cream with tiny polymer robot for skin diseases, polymer soldier for immune system and devices working in the bloodstream which could nibble away at arteriosclerotic deposits, widening the affected blood vessels.