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“A big part of this march toward tiny equipment is in the field of electronics, where the process is called microminiaturization, molecular electronics, micromodular engineering or a number of other terms.”
“Think about the microminiaturization that came as a direct result of us going, and highly reliable systems that were small in volume and light in weight.”
“And that -- that spawned a revolution in microminiaturization that we all benefit from now.”
“If you're a doctor and you know a lot about microminiaturization of robotics for heart catheters, great.”
“New, microminiaturization technologies have enabled the NASA researchers to use commercially produced biomedical devices like the FlexComp Infiniti (tm) to do what used to take a wall full of equipment easily weighing over 1000 pounds.”
“On the Moon there would be vacuum cementing, the bugaboo of the Belt's microminiaturization industries.”
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