Nanotechnology Overviews Videos

Nanotechnology Overviews Videos
Ralph Merkle - nanotechnology pioneer - discusses the future of the field with Salim Ismail, Executive Director of Singularity University. Filmed following Mr Merkle's talks at Singularity University's inaugural Executive Program.
Reed Smith attorney Matthew Schlesinger discusses nanotechnology in the context of insurance coverage, including discussion of ISO forms and general concerns expressed over coverage so far.
In this video, a microscope probing on a nanoscale is filmed with another microscope during operation. We invite you to take a journey with us through the nanoworld and ultimately explore atomic structures. All movies shown here are made from original microscopy data.
This video is the third part of an in depth series of video looking at an overview of what nanotechnology is, the history of nanotechnology, applications of nanotechnology and the future of nanotechnology, manufacturing, computers, medicine and energy. This video also looks at the limits of traditional computing and the promise of molecular computers. This video also investigates nanotechnology and robotics (including mind control), self assembly, manufactured diamonds and 'the meat machine'.
This video is the second part of an in depth series of video looking at an overview of what nanotechnology is, the history of nanotechnology, applications of nanotechnology and the future of nanotechnology, manufacturing, computers, medicine and energy. This video also looks at the limits of traditional computing and the promise of molecular computers. This video looks at the scanning tunnelling microscope, atomic manipulation, molecular machines, assemblers and molecular manufacturing.
Quantum revolution will give us a whole range of sustainable, renewable energy sources, and it will also give us a new technology whose impact could be even greater, nanotechnology. Nanotechnology will allow us to redesign the world by building with atoms, one by one.
This video is the first part of an in-depth series of the perspectives of nanotechnology. Harvard chemist George Whitesides defines nanotechnology and shares personal, historical, scientific, and societal perspectives on future nanotech applications and their potential impacts.
We are approaching an evolutionary event horizon, where the organic and the synthetic, the virtual and the "real", are merging together into an operational ecology, an existence morphology for which there is no precendent in the history of which we are currently aware, catalyzed by nanotechnology
Quantum revolution will give us a whole range of sustainable, renewable energy sources, and it will also give us a new technology whose impact could be even greater, nanotechnology. Nanotechnology will allow us to redesign the world by building with atoms, one by one.
Quantum revolution will give us a whole range of sustainable, renewable energy sources, and it will also give us a new technology whose impact could be even greater, nanotechnology. Nanotechnology will allow us to redesign the world by building with atoms, one by one.
This video is the second part of an in-depth series of the perspectives of nanotechnology. Harvard chemist George Whitesides defines nanotechnology and shares personal, historical, scientific, and societal perspectives on future nanotech applications and their potential impacts.
This video demonstrates how nanotechnology is changing our world.
This video is the fourth part of a documentary about science, scams and lies. Imagine a world where disease could be eradicated by an injection of tiny robots the size of molecules. That is the hope offered by nanotechnology - the science of microscopically small machines. But others fear nanotechnology could lead to a non-biological cancer - where swarms of tiny nanobots come together and literally devour human flesh.
Part Two of the best walk-through of nanotechnology and the potential for its future applications.
What is Nanotechnology and how does it work? This short video will give you a general understanding of how our scientists and engineers at Picatinny Arsenal look at materials on the "nano" scale.
This round table discussion looks at the the power of nanotechnology and molecular manufacturing Moderated by Morton Kondracke and featuring Robert G. Best from the University of South Carolina and Mike Treder from the Center for Responsible Nanotechnology, the discussion looks at the promises of nanotechnology and the fears.
Deb Newberry, the author of "The Next Big is Really Small" discusses the challenges and opportunities with nanotechnology.
An introduction to the world of nanotechnology and the use of photolithography. Shot at Cornell Nanoscale Facility and produced for Too Small To See.
Carnegie Mellon alumnus Ray Baughman (S'64) describes new nanotechnologies.
The nanotechnology episode helps to define a technology that uses knowledge of atoms and molecules to enhance modern life through product development and medical research. The 30-minute presentation explores the technology and the related career opportunities with experts in the field.
Nanosciences and nanotechnologies represent a formidable challenge for the research community and industry. World-class infrastructure, new fundamental knowledge, novel equipment for characterisation and manufacturing, multi-disciplinary education and training for innovative and creative engineering, and a responsible attitude to societal demands are required. This documentary film provides a glimpse of some of the many activities that are being carried out in Europe in these fast-grozing fields of research and technological development.
What's materials science? You could call it the study of stuff! Just about everything you use every day -- the shoes you wear, the dishes you eat from, the CDs you listen to, the bike or skateboard you ride -- it's all made of different kinds of stuff.
Engineering researchers such as Babak Parviz are studying nature on the nanoscale to create the next technology revolution. Imagine using DNA as a template to "grow" electronic devices, or custom designing molecules to build transistors. It could transform our future.
This video clip details what nanotechnology is from a fundamental understanding point of view. It addresses the fact that nano-sized materials behave differently to their bulk analogies. Reasons for the different behaviour of nanomaterials are outlined.
Nanowires and nanocrystals represent important nanomaterials with one-dimensional and zero-dimensional morphology, respectively. Here I will give an overview on the research about how these nanomaterials impact the critical applications in faster transistors, smaller nonvolatile memory devices, efficient... Read More

This video is the last part of an in-depth series about nnanotechnology and the consumer. Project on Emerging Nanotechnologies director David Rejeski talking about nanotechnology, consumer products and public perceptions. A great resource for stimulating discussions on nanotechnology and society in high schools and college classes.
This video is the last part of an in-depth series of the perspectives of nanotechnology. Harvard chemist George Whitesides defines nanotechnology and shares personal, historical, scientific, and societal perspectives on future nanotech applications and their potential impacts.
This video is the third part of an in-depth series of the perspectives of nanotechnology. Harvard chemist George Whitesides defines nanotechnology and shares personal, historical, scientific, and societal perspectives on future nanotech applications and their potential impacts.
This is the third and final part of the Big Thinkers (later TechTV) television program featuring Ralph Merkle. He is a pioneer in public key cryptography, and more recently a researcher and speaker on molecular nanotechnology and cryonics.
This video is part of an in depth series of video looking at an overview of what nanotechnology is, the history of nanotechnology, applications of nanotechnology and the future of nanotechnology, manufacturing, computers, medicine and energy
Attorney Matt Schlesinger with Reed Smith LLP talks about nanotechnology and insurance coverage.
This video is the third part of a documentary about science, scams and lies. Imagine a world where disease could be eradicated by an injection of tiny robots the size of molecules. That is the hope offered by nanotechnology - the science of microscopically small machines. But others fear nanotechnology could lead to a non-biological cancer - where swarms of tiny nanobots come together and literally devour human flesh.
In two videos researchers at Warwick University explain how the small scale world of nanotechnology is having a big impact on our everyday world
This video is the last part of a documentary about science, scams and lies. Imagine a world where disease could be eradicated by an injection of tiny robots the size of molecules. That is the hope offered by nanotechnology - the science of microscopically small machines. But others fear nanotechnology could lead to a non-biological cancer - where swarms of tiny nanobots come together and literally devour human flesh.
This is the second part of the Big Thinkers television program featuring Ralph Merkle. He is a pioneer in public key cryptography, and more recently a researcher and speaker on molecular nanotechnology and cryonics.
Working safely with engineered nanomaterials will require learning new tricks. In this lego-mation episode of "The Adventures of Nanoman", Nanoman discovers the challenges of working safely with nanomaterials.
This video is the second part of an in depth series of video looking at an overview of what nanotechnology is, the history of nanotechnology, applications of nanotechnology and the future of nanotechnology, manufacturing, computers, medicine and energy. This video also looks at the limits of traditional computing and the promise of molecular computers
An introduction to the TANDEM: the online tablet characterization PAT tool from Bruker Optics.
Industry leaders, academic experts and government officials convened in Sacramento for the fifth nanotechnology symposium sponsored by the California Department of Toxic Substances Control (DTSC). Nanotechnology affects every day products resulting in faster computers, light bulbs that use less energy, cosmetics, and even scratch-resistant automotive coatings. It is an exciting and emerging field that incorporates the design and application of structures, devices and systems by controlling the shape and size of materials at the nanometer scale.
This is the first part of the Big Thinkers television program featuring Ralph Merkle. He is a pioneer in public key cryptography, and more recently a researcher and speaker on molecular nanotechnology and cryonics.
This video is a professionally produced look at what nanotechnology is, current applications of nanotechnology, the promises nanotechnology holds for the future and possible risks involved in nanotechnology.
Nanotechnology or nanoscience deals with science and technology on the nanoscale (one billionth of a meter!). It is a field that is rapidly developing and will be at the forefront of scientific and technological innovation in the 21st century.
An introduction to nanotechnology, starting with Richrd Feynman's classic talk in December 1959 "There's Plenty of Room at the Bottom - An Invitation to Enter a New Field of Physics."
Take a look inside CNSE's Albany NanoTech Complex, the most advanced research facility of its kind at any university in the world: a $5 billion, 800,000-square-foot complex that attracts corporate partners from around the world, and offers students a one-of-a-kind academic experience.
Part Three of the best walk-through of nanotechnology and the potential for its future applications.
Learn why GE is so excited about nanotechnology from Margaret Blohm, manager of GE's nanotechnology lab.
Where and what is nano? How will it shape our future? Nanoscience is the study of phenomena and manipulation of materials at the nanoscale, where properties differ significantly from those at a larger scale. The strange world of nanoscience - it can take you into atoms and beyond the stars.
Nanotechnology is defined as the understanding and control of matter at dimensions of roughly 1 to 100 nanometers, a scale at which unique properties of materials emerge that can be used to develop novel technologies and products. At the nanoscale, the physical, chemical, and biological properties of materials differ from the properties of matter either at smaller scales, such as atoms, or at larger scales that we use in everyday life such as millimeters or inches. Nanotechnology involves imaging, measuring, modeling, and manipulating matter only a few nanometers in size.
This is the initial release of the "Detailed Roadmap of the 21st Century" compilation, a year by year bullet point list of notable advances expected to happen in the 21st century, from 2006 onwards. There are quite a few nanotechnology relevant predictions in the list.
This video is the second part of a documentary about science, scams and lies. Imagine a world where disease could be eradicated by an injection of tiny robots the size of molecules. That is the hope offered by nanotechnology - the science of microscopically small machines. But others fear nanotechnology could lead to a non-biological cancer - where swarms of tiny nanobots come together and literally devour human flesh.
This video combines science and religion with the idea that Nanotechnology and Kabbalah have a lot in common. Primarily a vehicle for promoting a book the video shows Kabbalist Rav Berg and Yehuda and Michael Berg of The Kabbalah Centre talk about mind over matter and the illusion of time, space and motion with respect to the promise of nanotechnology being the key to eternal life.
Nanotechnology research has been building up for some time, and is on the brink of revolutionizing industries from personal computing all the way up to cancer treatment. In this video, CEO of Plunkett Research, Ltd.™, Jack W. Plunkett,, recaps the history of Nanotechnology, discusses the areas of the world contributing most to the research and development, and illustrates examples of both the current uses of nanotechnology and the future impacts this industry is going to have on every facet of our lives.
This video highlights some current and anticipated applications of nanoscale science and engages students in exploring the counterintuitive properties of some specific nanoparticles.
Enigmatic, surreal, but hopefully entertaining - A visual exploration of the promise and challenge of nanotechnology presented by Dr. Andrew D. Maynard, chief science advisor, Project on Emerging Nanotechnologies
Nanotechnology is one of the world's fastest-growing science technology industries but there are now concerns that it may be unsafe.
This video explains the basic understanding of nanotechnology and a sense of scale in the nanoworld. Discover real world applications in product development and medical technology.
This video is the second part of an in-depth series about nnanotechnology and the consumer. Project on Emerging Nanotechnologies director David Rejeski talking about nanotechnology, consumer products and public perceptions. A great resource for stimulating discussions on nanotechnology and society in high schools and college classes.
A somewhat humorous short documentary on Nanotechnology created for a Global Media course at Brown University 2007.
Electromaterials underpin modern society. They are materials that conduct electricity and can be found in the batteries that power our cameras and many modern appliances. The battery provides energy through the ability to move electrons from one electrode to the other an ability strongly dependant on the size of the materials.
A video clip describing what nanomanufacturing involves and its applications and how nanomanufacturing will usher in the next global industrial revolution and replace our current manufacturing base with development of lighter and stronger alloys, higher strength materials,enhanced metal cutting tools,scratch resistant coatings are amongst the few applications.
Part One of the best walk-through of nanotechnology and the potential for its future applications.
Compilation of various nanotechnology related images and videos showing current and future applications of nanotechnology and nanomachines
Professor Phillip Withers from the University of Manchester talks to AZo.TV about the latest technology within the school of Materials Science. Along with Ali Golinia, Research Fellow & Experimental Officer, they discuss their new Titan S/TEM with ChemiSTEM Technology.
Everything you need to know about the wonders of nanotechnology... as a musical... with puppets...
This video is the fifth and final part of an in depth series of video looking at an overview of what nanotechnology is, the history of nanotechnology, applications of nanotechnology and the future of nanotechnology, manufacturing, computers, medicine and energy. This video also looks at the limits of traditional computing and the promise of molecular computers. This video looks at how nanotechnology can be used to prevent pollution and clean up existing pollution and polluted areas of the environment.
This video is the first part of an in-depth series about nnanotechnology and the consumer. Project on Emerging Nanotechnologies director David Rejeski talking about nanotechnology, consumer products and public perceptions. A great resource for stimulating discussions on nanotechnology and society in high schools and college classes.
What's the big deal with nanotechnology? Lots of people are saying it's the next big thing. We try to explain why.
At an event marking the five-year anniversary of the Wake Forest University Center for Nanotechnology and Molecular Materials, Brown University Professor Thomas Webster discusses the history of nanotechnology research.
A general introduction to the world of nanotechnology from the people at Sandia National Laboratory.
Chief Science Advisor of Project on Emerging Nanotechnologies (PEN) Dr. Andrew Maynard explains the potential risk and rewards of nanotechnology.
This video is the first part of a documentary about science, scams and lies. Imagine a world where disease could be eradicated by an injection of tiny robots the size of molecules. That is the hope offered by nanotechnology - the science of microscopically small machines. But others fear nanotechnology could lead to a non-biological cancer - where swarms of tiny nanobots come together and literally devour human flesh.