Graduates of nanotechnology are highly sought after in many industries, including health and medicine, forensics, environment and water, energy, food and agriculture, auto and aerospace, engineering, computing and technology, sport, and manufacturing. You might even pursue an athletics career through nanosoccer—played by ‘nanobots’ on a field no bigger than a grain of rice! Explore the potential of a commercial career in industry, or pursue your passions in research and academia. Many of our researchers and even PhD students have patents on new and exciting ideas, plans and research.
Whichever path you choose, a degree in nanotechnology will lead to a diverse and fascinating career.