The Department of Biology organized a scientific lecture entitled "Nanotechnology, a technology for a disease-free world" in the presence of a number of professors, researchers and students concerned with the specialty of nanotechnology, medicine, and biology. The lecture delivered by the assistant teacher  (Israa Hassan Ali) aimed to identify the term namely nanotechnology and the medical applications of its technology, as the fields of nanomedicine consist of a range of medical applications of nanomaterials, electronic sensors, and future applications available to this molecular technology. To understand also the issues related to nanotoxicology, the environmental impact of nanoscale materials, the importance of nanotechnology-based drug development and the importance of nanoparticles to a world free of epidemics and diseases.
The lecture included the definition of medical nanoparticles, which can be injected into the blood or swallowed to treat blood clots, tumors, and intractable tumors. As well as the definition of nanoparticles and nanotechnology that deal with the basic units in the construction of the material, and the creative endless applications applied in daily life. Diagnoses and treatments are ranging from diseases, dimensions of composite materials, measurements of atoms, molecules and microscopic particles such as bacteria and viruses.   The preparation and characterization of chemical compounds and therapeutic devices are useful in the near future and the latest research in nanomedicine technology.