Nanotechnologists typically work in laboratories that are clean, well-lighted, and outfitted with the latest technology. Others work in cleanrooms in which they must wear protective suits. In academic and government research laboratories, nanotechnologists work a standard 40-hour week, Monday through Friday. In private industry, they may be required to work occasional nights and weekends to meet project deadlines.
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