Recent Examples of nanotechnology from the Web
DeBacco believes salvation lies in soil nutrient nanotechnology and genetic technologies.
With Mars One, household robots and nanotechnology in the works.
And the powerful ones—biotechnology, nanotechnology, and A.I.—are potentially existential risks.
The patch uses nanotechnology to increase the body’s metabolism and transform energy-storing white fat into energy-burning brown fat, according to the report released Friday by ACS Nano, a publication of the American Chemical Society.
This fake science also justifies the use of abortifacients and early human embryos in experimental research in human cloning, embryonic-stem-cell therapy, and genetic engineering, including synthetic biology, nanotechnology, and gene splicing.
Bouvier said nanotechnology typically involves people working with materials at a nano scale to study their different behaviors.
Jessica was selected for Duke’s nanotechnology field studies program.
The research gallery features the current Los Alamos National Laboratory scientists’ cutting-edge, cross-disciplinary work on Arctic climate change, biofuels, sustainability, air travel safety and nanotechnology.
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Nanotechnology, or nanotech for short, deals with matter at a level that most of us find hard to imagine, since it involves objects with dimensions of 100 billionths of a meter (1/800th of the thickness of a human hair) or less. The chemical and physical properties of materials often change greatly at this scale. Nanotechnology is already being used in automobile tires, land-mine detectors, and computer disk drives. Nanomedicine is a particularly exciting field: Imagine particles the size of a blood cell that could be released into the bloodstream to form into tiny robots and attack cancer cells, or "machines" the size of a molecule that could actually repair the damaged interiors of individual cells.
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