Centre for Particle Theory Colloquia: The incredible shrinking world of nanotechnology
5 November 2002 16:00 in CLC 202
"During the past decade, scientists and engineers have assembled a toolkit of experimental techniques which allows direct access to some of the smallest things in nature. We can now see individual atoms, pick them up, and build new structures atom by atom. This ability to work at sub-microscopic lengthscales is called nanotechnology, and promises a revolution in computing, medicine, manufacturing and environmental science to rival that of the Industrial Revolution and the Internet. In this lecture I answer the two questions: how does one make and study tiny things and why might it be useful?"
Coffee and biscuits at 15:30 in CM 211 (Maths Coffee Room).