I need to start/finish an english research paper tonight and I lost my original introduction so I'd love some help creating a new one.
I'm also not sure how to arrange the paper and make it both informative and interesting. It has to have 5 pages minimum and I have no idea how I'm going to get there...
PLEASE HELP ME! :(
Nanotechnology is a broad field. Why don't you start by selecting a topic within the purview of nanotechnology?
Google: Applications of nanotechnology
There you will find a host of topics related to nanotechnology. Select one of them; for example, applications of nanotech in medicine, material science, etc.
Narrowing down your topic will give a better direction to your essay.
Thank you. I was planning on doing that but my teacher said that it would be a better idea for me to do my paper on the broad field of nanotechnology and get more specific in the body.
Hi Anita, I'm sorry I was not around to give any ideas when you had this emergency. I hope it worked out okay. In that kind of situation the best thing to do is find a few great articles that you can enjoy. That advice from your teacher is great: write the body paragraphs, and let them talk about some specific aspects of the field. AFTER you have written some body paragraphs, you should go write a specific thesis statement at the end of the first paragraph, and let it reflect the themes that are emerging in the body.
Nanotechnology research - i'm so lost, where to start?
I am writing a paper on Nanotechnology and I need alot of help. I don't know where to begin or anything.
there are lot of website related to nanotechnology. my major polymer engineering and i know nanotechnology play important role in polymer industry right now. also you should check its applications in biotechnology and biopolymers.
i hope my comments be useful.
Try looking up nanotechnology and graphene. I worked at NIST this summer and was experimenting with graphene.
using nanoparticles to etch graphene and make pathways so it can perform better than silicon in computer chips is a good start.
also, nanoparticles to transport genetic data in the bloodstream.