All Nanoscience & Nanotechnology

Earning a bachelor’s or advanced degree in nanoscience and nanotechnology allows you to introduce yourself at parties as a really smart guy who’s at the forefront of technical development. You will also earn a fair amount of money: nanotechnology engineers earn an average of about $92,000 per year. ​Remember that averages can be deceiving, though: Usain Bolt and I can run a hundred meters with an average time of under 30 seconds. Entry-level salaries for nanoscience and nanotechnology graduates are significantly lower, while industry superstars earn obscene amounts.