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Physics at Ireland's DIT is active in research areas from nanotechnology & materials science to optics to medical physics and has pioneered Problem Based Learning as a delivery method for undergraduate ordinary and honours Physics degrees.
Nanotechnology gets its name from ‘nanometres’, which are one billionth of a metre long, or the size of an atom. This field of technology works with materials and chemicals at the scale of 1-100nm.
The programme contains a solid science degree (physics or chemistry), but with a unique focus on nanoscience and nanotechnology.
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Graduates of this degree will gain the skills and knowledge of physicists and chemists as well as nanoscience and nanotechnology. Graduates likely to work in bioengineering, medical devices, electronics and telecommunications. Massive growth in nanotechnology enabled products in the future.
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