nanotechnology


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the branch of engineering that deals with things smaller than 100 nanometers (especially with the manipulation of individual molecules)

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Nanotechnology Quality Manager: Nanotech knowledge workers will possess the skills required to perform quality control for nanotech industry projects.
The forest products sector must create links between its research community and the broader community of nanotechnology researchers in order to capture synergies, enhance accomplishments, and avoid needless duplication of facilities and efforts.
As manufacturing methods are perfected and scaled up, nanotechnology is expected to soon pervade, and often revolutionize, virtually every sector of industrial activity, from electronics to warfare, from medicine to agriculture, from the energy we use to drive our cars and light our homes to the water we drink and the food we eat.
Next, we will learn that nanotechnology can be used to buttress our decaying infrastructure, raise our children's SAT scores, maintain a pleat in our trousers.
In congressional testimony on May 12, 1999, the Nobel Prize-winning chemist Richard Smalley argued that "the impact of nanotechnology on health, wealth, and the standard of living for people will be at least the equivalent of the combined influences of microelectronics, medical imaging, computer-aided engineering, and manmade polymers in this century.
Other cosmetic houses, international and domestic, are pursuing research in nanotechnology applications.
Still, the advantages of nanotechnology are so extraordinary that there's substantial reason to push ahead even if nothing's inevitable.
u Analysis of Nanotechnology market by various products and application areas, their market and growth prospects.
Nanotechnology (based on the Greek word for "dwarf") is defined as the manipulation of materials measuring 100 nanometers or less in at least one dimension.
In the same way that miniaturization has changed the world of electronics, nanotechnology has the potential to revolutionize the fields of medicine, pharmaceuticals, drug delivery systems, biotechnology, energy, environmental remediation, and much more.
Eric Drexler on Molecular Nanotechnology before the Senate Committee on Commerce, Science, and Transportation, Subcommittee on Science, Technology and Space.
Sooner or later, the Age of Nanotechnology -- in which scientists will use molecule-sized machinery to control the structure of matter even at atomic levels -- will arrive.
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