There are several Definitions of Nanotechnology on the Web, but they all imply control and fabrication of something smaller than 100 nm and often use "atomic and molecular scale"as a part of definition. For control and fabrication people need some tools. For example, policemen use radars, police cars and pens (to write the speeding tickets) to control the traffic on the streets and high ways and the kitchen oven is used to bake a cake or roast a turkey.
In order to control and fabricate structures which are from 10,000 to 100,000 smaller than thickness of a human hair people need very special tools which can provide such high precision and resolutions – the Nanotools.
In this section of our web site we will present pages which explain how nanotools function and how to use them safely.