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There is a quotes in Tamil—“Thirukural, the great book of Tamilians was created by drilling the mustard seed and infusing the seven seas of the world.” This proves that the minuscule nature of manufacturing which is now called as Molecular Manufacturing was in the thinking level in Tamil Nadu thousands of years ago.
Nanotechnology can be defined as a field of applied science and technology which deals mainly with the control of matter on the atomic and molecular scale (normally 1 to 100 nm and the fabrication of devices within that size range. Applied physics, materials science, interface and colloid science, device physics, supramolecular chemistry and even mechanical and electrical engineering are the fields from which this highly multidisciplinary science has evolved for the past half a century. There is a great expectation and speculation regarding this new science and technology and these lines of research. Nanotechnology is considered as an extension of existing sciences into the nanoscale or putting it in a different way, it is recasting of existing sciences using a newer, more modern term.
In India, modest beginnings have been made to catch up with the nanotechnological innovations. Today, only a few institutions are contributing towards this pioneering research. A lot more needs to be done and an action plan is the necessity. Making India a significant player in Nanoscience and Nanotechnology should be the aim and goal of the intelligentsia of India. The introduction of Nanotechnology in the curriculum of various courses in India at colleges and universities recently made this science being known at the academic level. The study materials needed for the teachers to teach and the students to learn is really at the wanting level in the Indian context. If one sees the nanopublications scenario of the world, India has a long way to go.
This book aims to provide a basic understanding of the field for beginners whereas readers already exposed to this field may expand their knowledge in the subject. Being in the field of Nanomedicine research for the past two years, especially in relation to Homeomedicine as a Nanomedicine and also working on the utility of various metal vessels in Siddha Medicine as a form of Nanomedical application for cure of various diseases, prompted me to share my knowledge gained as a Nanomedicine researcher of proper guidance in this growing field of science in the Indian context.
I took up to being a teacher in the emerging field of nanoscience, with a lot of joy and enthusiasm. To acquire knowledge effectively, synthesize the enormous data which are mostly hypothetical and theoretical in nature and communicate the information to the student community in such a way that they would understand, assimilate and reproduce easily in the examination is a great task. This tests one’s ability as a teacher in the modern day scenario. That experience is the base for writing a book for students at all levels of competence—undergraduate, postgraduate, doctoral and postdoctoral levels and also for the teachers of Nanotechnology. Let us explore the Modern Molecular Science of today in the pages to come.


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