Is nanotechnology changing the face of the construction industry?

Author's Note

As someone with a long-standing interest in green building and modern architecture, I was excited at the opportunity to learn more about these particular applications for nanotechnology. There is so much that nanotech offers us, from biomedicine to transportation, that a development in any one field helps contribute to the overall science, which means it leads toward benefits for us all.

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