Nanomedicine; the use of nanotechnology for medical purposes. One of the most important early applications of nano.
- Autonomous Doctors
- Bacteriology - Text by M. Alan Kazlev
Subdividision of microbiology that deals with the study of bacteria and other terragen prokaryote life forms. Fields of study and specialization include bacterial taxonomy and phylogeny, physiological and genetic structure, bacterics and other bionano applications, biochemistry, toxins, metabolism, structure, antibiotics, prokaryote ecology, and more.
- Goo, Blue
- Nanochondria - Text by Anders Sandberg in his Transhuman Terminology
Hylonano or bionano devices existing inside living cells, participating in their biochemistry (like mitochondria) and/or assembling various structures. A type of nanosome.
- Nanoferon: Nanotech Inhibitors
- Nanoskin - Text by M. Alan Kazlev
Bionano or hylonano augment or application that completely covers the wearer/user's skin, forming a second dermal layer and providing environmental protection and intelligence augmentation.
- Nanosome - Text by Anders Sandberg, in Transhuman Terminology
Generic term for any nanodevices (whether hylo or bio) existing symbiotically inside biological cells, doing mechanosynthesis and disassembly for it and replicating with the cell.
- Vacuum Equipment