Nanoscience and Medicine
Medicine has been related to many fields of knowledge, ranging from biology and chemistry until the latest advances in nanotechnology and materials science. Nanotechnology has been a field in continue development starting in the 60's where one of their main voices of this raising area was the physics and Nobel Prize Winner Richard Feynman from CALTECH. He was convinced that the study in the microscale would have a great impact in our vision and understanding of the world and would carry unimaginable applications. It can be concluded that there is still a long way to follow in terms of research that might improve health monitoring techniques, response times and accuracy. In the vast realm of the medicine there is an allied science as nanotechnology that is giving interesting results and hopefully some of them can be viable in production beyond the laboratories and further commercialization.