Nanotechnology Industries is proud to present the first episode of the NanotubeTV series. NanotubeTV is a monthly series about nanotechnology. Nanotechnology is an emerging technology that is on the nanoscale which is at the atomic level. While in it's current state it is used to enhance products, for example shoes that repel water - in it's future state it has the potential to create cures for all diseases, clean up nuclear pollution, repair the ozone layer and provide food for all. NanotubeTV will cover the history of nanotechnology, current news and the future applications. Nanotechnology Industries was formed in 1998 by long term nanotechnology advocate Gina Miller, famously nicknamed Nanogirl. With an interest in both art and science Gina Miller has had her nanotechnology animations shown on the History Channel, documentaries and television shows. Gina Miller had the vision for NanotubeTV years ago and this year the vision came to fruition when she began filming in her newly created production studio. She asked Dr. James B. Lewis to be the host of the show as he has 25 years experience as a molecular biologist and has been involved in the nano community since it's onset. NanotubeTV will be available free online. Watch the first episode of NanotubeTV (and many more to come) at

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