Due to dedicated professionals in the field of nanotechnology, including graduates of engineering master’s degrees, this technology is become more useful across a wide range of applications. One potential beneficiary of nanotechnology is a developing nation. It could be clean water, health care, agriculture or other areas, but nanotechnology advancements are changing how some developing nations operate.
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