- Can detect some diseases in their early stages.
- Can help cleanup existing pollution in the air
- Nano constructed materials can reduce the amount of energy used in a vehicle
- More research and development need to be done
- Nanomaterials are not regulated by the government
- Some nanoparticals may be toxic to humans
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