Assignment Writing Help on Importance of Nanotechnology in Medicine

Subject: Importance of Nanotechnology in medicine

  1. Introduction

            Nanotechnology is the application of nano –particles in medicine. This employs the application of nano-robots for cellar level change. There are many benefits of employing this technique in the field of medicine. This comes with e range of possibilities such as drug delivery, therapy techniques,

1.1 The topic thesis

Nanotechnology is a beneficial technique in the field of medicine.

1.2 Objectives

  • To analyze the benefits that the technology will bring in the field of medicine
  • To analyze how nanotechnology can be applied in the field of medicine
  • To study the advances made in this field
  • To determine the weaknesses  of this technology
  • To understand the opportunities this technology has in medicine
  • To identify the loopholes in the previous studies

1.3 Research questions

  1. What is nanotechnology?
  2. How is it applied in the field of medicine?
  3. What are the challenges in its application?
  4. What are the benefits of this technology?
  5. What are the weaknesses of this technology?
  6. What are other options to this technology in medicine?
  7. Literature Review
    1. Background of the topic of study
    1. Benefits of the topic in the field of medicine
    1. Previous studies related to the research
    1. Limitations of previous studies
  8. Methodology
    1. Methods of data collection

Interviews, surveys, and use of secondary sources will be applied. The secondary sources include peer reviewed journals, books and website articles.

  • Number of participants

The high profile technicians, medical engineers, and professional doctors are to be requested to participate. Random citizens will be picked out of the public to be interviewed on the perception towards the technology

  • Criterion of analyzing data

Qualitative and quantitative methods of data analysis will be employed. This to ensure that the entire given information is received and there is no loophole in the research.

  • Tentative timeline

Since there will be both qualitative and quantitative analysis, the timeline for analysis may take longer than two months.

In general:

  • Pilot study is expected to take more than one month. This period will also cover the time for requesting for the relevant official documents to carry on the research. The participants shall also be requested to participate. Relevant documents will be acquired during this period. Government records will also be incorporated
  • Data collection is to take around three months. This is to go through all the relevant records on nanotechnology in medicine. Internet sources will have to be included
  • Interviews are to be incorporated in the next phase which may take one month
  • Data analysis is to take around three months. Statisticians in the government offices will be requested to participate
  • Release of the findings and recommendations will take place in the next one month. This period will cover any other activities related to the research.
  • Findings
    • Results in relation to the hypothesis
    • Results contrary to hypothesis
  • Analysis

5.1 Methods of data analysis

6. Discussion

6.1 Main findings of the data. Qualitative and quantitative methods of data analysis will be employed. This to ensure that the entire given information is received and there is no loophole in the research

7. Limitations

7.1 Any noted challenges in carrying out the study

7.2 Weaknesses of the research

8. Recommendations

8.1 Opportunities for future research

9. Conclusion

9.1 Summary of the study

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