Molecular Nanotechnology Applications: Medical, Environmental & Energy

Singularity University Faculty Ralph Merkle explains a variety of medical, environmental and energy applications of molecular nanotechnology.

Impact of Nanotechnology

Singularity University Faculty Ralph Merkle takes a look at the different industrial implications of advanced nanotechnology.

What is Molecular Nanotechnology?

Singularity University Faculty Ralph Merkle explains the basics of molecular nanotechnology and traces the advances within the field to date.

Introduction to Nanotechnology

Ralph Merkle, Nanotechnology Co-Chair at Singularity University, provides a brief overview of the driving forces behind the growth of nanotechnology and the larger impact on manufacturing and the singularity. Filmed for Singularity University’s Graduate Studies Program, June 2013.

The Possibilities of Medical Nanotechnology

Ralph Merkle, Nanotechnology Chair at Singularity University, explores the potential of medical nanotechnology, such as artificial red blood cells. Filmed at Singularity University’s Executive Program, April 2014.

The Potential of the Nanofactory

Ralph Merkle, Nanotechnology Chair at Singularity University, covers the theoretical idea of a ‘nanofactory’ and possible future applications. Filmed at Singularity University’s Executive Program, April 2014.

Molecular Nanotechnology: Moving Atoms Around One by One

Ralph Merkle, Nanotechnology Chair at Singularity University, asks, “What would happen if we could arrange atoms one by one, the way we want them?” He explains the basics of current methods used to accomplish arrangement of atoms. Filmed at Singularity University’s Executive Program, April 2014.