I'm really interested in entering the field of nanotechnology in the future. I'm currently a senior in the process of college application, and I know I won't be touching nanotech until I'm in graduate school. I need advice on the specific major that I need to be in in order to work in nanotech in the future. I've heard many people saying that I should major in one of the sciences, preferably physics. But, to be on the practical side, since I can't possibly predict where I'll be in four years, I think it would be a better career option if I major in engineering for undergrad and decide from there. Then the question sprouts there, I don't know exactly which engineering major I should be in that is closely linked to nanotech. I've heard material science connects to nanotech, is that true? I'm really confused and frustrated right now. I live in California and the UC apps are due pretty soon. I need to put something in that major column. Please tell me whether I should major in Physics, or engineering. If engineering, which one? Please indicate the specific major. Thank you so much.