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What are the nanoinformatics jobs/roles available in the market?

Is it well recognized?

#july20 #nano-informatics #nano-technology #technology

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Nanotech is focused on the fundamentals - the basic root - atoms, molecules and their components. Nanoinformatics therefore is about the data that is gathered about them. the word originates from Nanometer (the measurement scale).
Nanoinformatics has some overlap with BioInformatics as well - which is a very fast growing area - due to easier commercialization of devices that use sensors, for e.g. Fitbit, iWatch etc. (Similar technology is also use in logistics & transportation industry also).
But Informatics in general - is vast and growing fast - wherever it gets applied whether at Nano or Bio or other scale. So when searching/looking for jobs online - you may want to look 'Informatics' in general and then filter further based on needs.
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Sagar’s Answer

Hi,

I am not from same field, but I will try to give you answer. Nano informatics is a specialized field and useful into most of industries, so scope in future is good.

Nanoinformatics: a new area of research in nanomedicine.
https://europepmc.org/article/med/22866003

Please visit career websites based on your location and preference so you will get more idea about jobs and market.

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Brittany’s Answer

Hello!

I do not work in the field but here is information I was able to locate on nanotech in info tech.

Right now most of the careers involving nanotechnology are in medical and engineering fields; however, information technology is an emerging user of this field. From what I can tell, most of the information technology roles will encompass engineering components - I would recommend looking at Cambridge, IBM, Google, and Intel for some of the positions available, intern or mentorship programs, etc.

Some info:
https://www.sciencedaily.com/news/matter_energy/nanotechnology/

Labor Statistics (US only):
Nanotechnology engineers are encompassed in the U.S. Bureau of Labor Statistics (BLS) listing for biomedical engineers. Over the ten-year period from 2018 to 2028, biomedical engineers are expected to see an average rate of job growth of 4%.
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Nanotech is focused on the fundamentals - the basic root - atoms, molecules and their components. Nanoinformatics therefore is about the data that is gathered about them. the word originates from Nanometer (the measurement scale).
Nanoinformatics has some overlap with BioInformatics as well - which is a very fast growing area - due to easier commercialization of devices that use sensors, for e.g. Fitbit, iWatch etc. (Similar technology is also use in logistics & transportation industry also).
But Informatics in general - is vast and growing fast - wherever it gets applied whether at Nano or Bio or other scale. So when searching/looking for jobs online - you may want to look 'Informatics' in general and then filter further based on needs.
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