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A very basic guide from the ThinkQuest competition covering a number of topics. Has no mathematics but good for reactor diagrams and the medicine topic covers treatments.
An explanation looking at how matter is different from antimatter, from its conception by Paul Dirac to its use in medicine in PET scanners.
Official home of the Nobel Prize, the first international award given yearly since 1901 for achievements in physics, chemistry, medicine, literature and peace.
A very clear article on nanotechnology giving some excellent examples of possible uses.
Read about how PET(positron emission tomography) and CT(computer tomography) scans are used in medicine
A reference site from the NIST Physical Measurement Laboratory linking to their nanotechnology, biophysics and quantum information research, and to the Official US time.
Detailed compendium on research at IBM aimed at improving current computer technology and inventing new technologies, including quantum informations and nanotechnology.
An introduction to nuclear medicine, nuclear reactors, nuclear physics, nuclear power, nuclear waste and war. Includes movie clips of the effects of nuclear detonation.
Nanotechnology has enabled a hamster wearing a power-generating jacket to do its own small part to provide a new and renewable source of electricity.
A pdf magazine article outlining the role of nano particles in the food industry and how making changes to the structure of a food at the nanoscale can affect its properties -eg to create reduced fat ...
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