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Former Indian President APJ Abdul Kalam emphasized the need for formulating nanotechnology applications in health section to make nano-robots for the cure of deadly diseases like cancer and nano-drug delivery methods for human immunodeficiency virus (HIV).
While lecturing at the twenty-fifth convocation of SASTRA University at close by Vallam, Dr. Kalam said, "Development of nanotechnology applications in healthcare needs to be utilised to develop nano-robots for cancer cure and nano-drug delivery systems for HIV."
Dr. Kalam congratulated SASTRA University for its study in frontier regions of nanotechnology as well as its applications in health care and sensors.
He also said that he dreamt of an India, which is free of violence and has dependable supply of power.
University V-C R Sethuraman awarded an honorary doctorate on Kalam for his wonderful scientific management, community intellectualism and diplomacy.
Afterward, Dr. Kalam talked to researchers in the Sastra Hub for Research and Innovation.
He advised pupils to introduce and transform for amelioration of society and to expand the strength of hard work and endurance to break the roadblocks of impossible actions.
Later, the former President presented degrees to more than 4,222 grads.