About The Strange World of Nanoscience
The term 'nano' describes one billionth of something, and can be used in many units such as nanograms or nanometers.

The Strange World of Nanoscience takes a look into the world of nanoscience to see how this fascinating science is changing our world in areas from health to personal technology.

Many of the ways in which scientists learn how to exploit nanotechnology come from the study of natural organisms that have evolved to use nano science to survive.

Steven Fry narrates this delightful exploration into the world of the tiny.
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