1. Introduction. 2. Nanotechnology research now. 3. Environmental research activities. 4. Nanotechnolgoy in agriculture and flood. 5. Emerging challenges. 6. Incentives for environmentally beneficial technology. 7. Existing regulatory authorities. 8. Applying existing authorit. 9. Ethical, legal and political implications nanotechnology. 10. Characteristics of nanotechnology. 11. New institutional capabilities. 12. A new law.
This represents the ability of living cells. Nanotechnolgy is the manufacturing of nanoscale device, rather than just the study of objects at the nanoscale has led some scientists to propose yet another definition. The technology will have tremendous potential as it can be developed simple applications involve the creation of new and powerful materials, perfect diamond in bulk quantities and a tool to manipulate objects on any scale.