Nanotechnology was created and invented by Richard Feynman, a physicist at an American Physical Society at the California Institute of Technology. The idea was created on December 29, 1959. He began describing a process where scientists would be able to control atoms and molecules. But, let’s not get ahead of ourselves. First off, what is nanotechnology? So, nanotechnology is the use of matter at an atomic, molecular, and supramolecular scale. This means that it is the use of technology the size of atoms. The size of atoms is approximately 10-9 of a meter, or 0.000000001 of a meter. This means that a nanometer is 1 billionth of a meter.

Nanotechnology will be used to create new forms of technology such as a chip that can describe what you are thinking, such as “open the door”, and this message is automatically sent to a technological door that opens up. With this type of technology, the boundaries of discovering new things are infinite. With nanotechnology, scientists could remove genetical diseases in blood lines or cure diseases such as cancer and alzhiemers. With these small robots or pieces of technology, we could live for a longer period of time. An example of nanotechnology can be found in a movie is when iron man suits up in Avengers Infinity War. The suit covers Tony Stark in a matter of seconds after pulling on his shirt.

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