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21ST CENTURY IS THE AGE OF ADVANCED TECHNOLOGY, AND IT IS THE NANOAGE , EVERYTHING CHANGE AND THE UNIVERSITY GO TO CHANGE

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FUTURES IN NANOSCIENCE

Started by paolo manzelli Oct 23, 2011. 0 Replies

I would like to contribute to nano-university . Paolo Manzelli pmanzelli.lre@gmail.comContinue

Definitions at 21st century :nanoarchitecture , nanocity , nanouniversity

Started by PROF.DR.MOHAMED ABDELALL IBRAHIM. Last reply by PROF.DR.MOHAMED ABDELALL IBRAHIM Jan 6, 2010. 3 Replies

we need definitions for :nanoarchitecture,nanocity,nanouniversity,in 21st century , the high advanced technology age and there are more technology methods in the futureas nanotechnology ,…Continue

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Comment by Scott Charlesworth on December 23, 2009 at 2:13pm
Hi Vyom, I disagree, I think a wiki would be a great starting point. Furthermore a wiki would b a great platform to do what you suggest, in fact I think a wiki is much better suited to solving problems you suggest than a noisy forum full of comments in boxes hiding the message, a forum is merely a modern day bulletin board a wiki is what you make of it!

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Comment by Vyom Parashar on December 23, 2009 at 1:16pm
Why Society need Nanouniversity ?
Whenever there is a revolution in the history of mankind viz. Industrial revolution, textile revolution, autobile revolution, computer revolution and now nano revolution. They have there effects +ev or -ev, but if we focus on the role of universities in this then there major role been to develop two kind of humanoids. one to create skilled manpower to work in these industrial sector and second to create humanoids who can proceed the work so as to bring new or more such revolutions. So we should have a clear concept as far as nanouniversity concept is taken in to account. The "purpose" of nanouniversity. What kina humanoids we gona develop?. If we are clear on this point then we can further proceed on developing the nanouniversity concept.
So Prof. Ibrahim whats your opinion in this regard.

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Comment by PROF.DR.MOHAMED ABDELALL IBRAHIM on December 23, 2009 at 1:06pm
THE DIFINITION of university 21st century??? it is not as the university 20ts century difinition, and also the society

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Comment by PROF.DR.MOHAMED ABDELALL IBRAHIM on December 23, 2009 at 12:55pm
for explain my vision on NanoUniversity,

21st cenyury change alles thinks and things,1-society----> change according to advanced dechnology---
2-university difinition--->change according to new society and globalization + advanced technology
3-the nano revolution--->is recieving considerable by companies,governments,university around the world--->big reselts efects in the future of humman and environment, negativ +positive feedback....

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Comment by Dina Mohamed Abdien on December 22, 2009 at 9:00pm

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Comment by Vyom Parashar on December 22, 2009 at 6:52am
A university is known by its students first then, faculty and their research group.
"Nanouniversity" means we need minds who live, eat, drink and enjoy "nano". Nanouniversity vision is a great concept, but i'll like to ask the visionary of this Prof. Ibrahim, to explain us his vision on nanouniversity.

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Comment by PROF.DR.MOHAMED ABDELALL IBRAHIM on December 22, 2009 at 6:42am
how wecan realizing nanouniversity????

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Comment by Vyom Parashar on December 22, 2009 at 6:32am
Hi scott
"creating a kind of wikipedia" is not required at this stage. Whats more important is a development of a forum where we can put our routine problems we face in experimental or theoratical endevour of nanoscience. Lets say you have got a HRTEM image of your nanoparticles and you are not satisfied with the image then what next step you i'll go for to extract the best image. This is kind of problem which can be solved by a person who is routinely involved in preparing samples for TEM etc. as in todays journals its hard to find the experimental procedure and sample prparation techniques including some very good books on the shelf.

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Comment by Scott Charlesworth on December 21, 2009 at 2:34pm
This seems right up my street, I have been considering seeking funding for the creation and marketing of a web2.0 educational site once I've written up my PhD. The idea was to create a kind of wikipedia for us to share knowledge, which would fit very well with nano university...I look forward to contributing to NU and hope I can be involved somehow in its manifestation. we are at a very exciting point in History and its all thanks to web 2.0...

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Comment by PROF.DR.MOHAMED ABDELALL IBRAHIM on December 21, 2009 at 11:16am
the grafics present one imagination need much discussions and another proposals visions,everyone con pose what is nanouniversity
 
 
 

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