•Thomas (2013) defines Nanoart as one of the new art disciplines developing at the intersections between art-science-technology. He writes: ...Getting a balance between the levels of science and art in a project is difficult; it raises questions about what are the levels of scientific understanding that should be explored by the artist in pursuit of the artwork...Making connections between the sciences and the humanities generates new dialogue, venues and audiences which allow for a rethinking of our understanding of the world.
Although humans have been exposed to nanosized particles throughout their evolutionary stages, the respective exposure has dramatically increased over the last century due to contributions from various anthropogenic sources. In addition, the rapidly developing field of nanotechnology … may also influence the atmospheric chemistry in general as their chemical composition and reactivity are different from coarser particles, thus opening novel chemical transformation pathways in the atmosphere
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Dr Chris Anderson Plants make gold nanoparticles: Phytomining is the collection and harvesting of nanoparticles from plants :In Vivo Effect of Copper and Silver on Synthesis of Gold Nanoparticles inside Living Plants
Experimenting with the creation of gold nanoparticles from kitchen ingredients: making gold nanoparticles from tea leaves
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