Nanotechnology has a wide range of applications such as defense, environment, materials, medicine, electronics, textiles, automotive, and energy.

  • Nanotech in Medicine; Some nanoparticle drugs provide serious convenience for the early diagnosis and treatment of neurodegenerative diseases or cancer. This technology has the ability to destroy cancerous cells without harming healthy cells.

  • Nanotech in Energy; Nanotechnology is used in various energy fields to increase the efficiency and cost-effectiveness of solar panels, to create new types of batteries, to increase the efficiency of fuel production using better catalysis, and to create better lighting systems. It is available in many products such as rechargeable vehicle batteries with power units that last longer and exhausts that produce cleaner smoke, fuel additives, fuel cells, and improved catalytic converters.

  • Nanotech in Environment; is working on affordable nano-structured filters that convert polluted water into drinking water. These filters can also remove toxic trace elements such as arsenic and viscous liquid impurities such as oil. On the other hand, nanofabricated materials that can absorb 20 times their weight in oil and substances such as oil spilled from factories into seawater can be easily cleaned. In this way, environmental pollution is minimized.

  • Nanotech in Textile; Nanoscale additives used in fabrics help prevent staining, wetting, wrinkling and bacterial growth. Apart from this, in addition to hard and durable products such as motorcycle helmets, it is successfully used in many areas from sports equipment to water-repellent, nano-particle clothing that does not pollute in any way.


  • It can destroy salmonella and similar bacteria by using it in food packaging.

  • By using it in the pharmaceutical industry, for example, cancerous cells can be destroyed in a pinpoint manner.

  • Much more efficient and cost-effective new-generation batteries can be produced.

  • It can pave the way for innovations in every part of the automotive industry.

  • By cleaning the waters, it can save the lives of millions of people suffering from clean water shortages.

  • It can ensure that all the devices we use are lighter, their screens brighter and have better image quality.

  • It can make make-up products much healthier and much more useful.