Nanotechnology Our most important contribution to the society is internationally competitive basic research and education of candidates in Nanoscience.
Based on our core competences we engage in close cooperation with private companies and society as a whole.
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What is Nanotechnology?
With nanotechnology we can observe atoms and molecules and move them around. New materials, improved medicine, high-speed computers, and enhanced protection of the environment are just some of the promising prospects of using nanotechnology.
Prospects for the development of predictive medicine based on nanotechnology is great. Dimirtios Stamou has for many years worked to understand biology at the nanoscale, and his contribution to the development of sensing and diagnostic tools is now being recognized with the title of Professor.