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Nano-technology to dominate future

Nano-technology is the science of the future and is completely going to dominate the world in the coming decade, said Dr VK Tripathi.

india Updated: Jan 14, 2008 13:53 IST

Nano-Tecnology is the science of the future and is completely going to dominate the world in the coming decade, opined expert in the field of applied nano-technology and inventor of the Right Brain Management (RBM) technique Dr VK Tripathi.

He was speaking to a select gathering of academicians, physicists and industrialists from the City while explaining the need for adopting nano-technology based courses in higher education curriculum, at the School of Physics Devi Ahilya Vishwavidyalya (DAVV) on Wednesday.

He said nano-technology has three major uses in achieving breakthrough in human health from growing organs in laboratories from stem cells to cloning, mapping and converting particles into nano-particles and helping eliminate root cause of old age and death.

The father of modern nano-technology Alfred Huxley had stated in 1976, “the world will not be as we see it today as change in molecular structure will bring change in countenance of objects and will more importantly solve problems of finite natural resources”.

Explaining his role, Dr Tripathi said that three of his companies are into nano-technology, one in pharmaceutical manufacturing and has applied for 24 patents of, which two are in the final process and will hit the market soon.

Nano-particles like silver gel is being produced, sputtering technology a mechanical innovation has increased tensile strength in electromagnetically plated objects and core-less impregnable technology has bettered the heating, beating and treating method applied in the manufacturing sector.

He explained that his RBM technique is a zero failure road map to excellence by separating ego for clearing path of science, thus converting knowledge into product and increasing self-motivation amongst employees without any external stimulus. It is the only technique, which quantifies and measures attitude with zero subjectivity including indexes of alertness, self-correction and ego.

Attitude and ego have been ascertained to be the chief cause of Profit Before Tax (PBT) tendency and definite improvement can be brought about either by increasing availability and reducing price or by adopting this technique.

Dr Tripathi said that studies have found that humans use left part of their brain (knowledge, experience) up to 90 per cent, while a majority use just one per cent of the right side (creativity, imagination) and that too by an exceptional genius like Albert Einstein.

RBM working on nano-tech attributes like vaccine action, self–correction and implementation finds a lasting solution to the deteriorating attitude of people towards their duty.

DAVV Vice Chancellor Dr Rajkamal delivering the vote of thanks said that the students had been busy in exams and university officials in handling employees and therefore, a more appropriate platform and audience could not be provided this time but promised to make amends by inviting Dr Tripathi to deliver a lecture in the new auditorium in mid-January.

He assured that DAVV is in sync with the times and is striving for introducing futuristic courses like M Sc in Biotechnology and M Tech courses and is already running a course on nano-technology in particle/material physics.

Professors from the Physics department and professors having a scientific background along with industrialist Kennedy Gajra attended the interactive session.