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  • n. Any manufactured device whose scale is measured in nanometers

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Examples

  • ~ Breakthrough in nanodevice synthesis revolutionizes biological sensors -- "Yale Institute for Nanoscience and Quantum Engineering engineers have developed a novel approach to synthesizing nanowires using wet-etch lithography on commercially available silicon-on-insulator wafers."

    Speedlinking 2/2/07

  • Step Two: nanodevice applies gold nanoshell or other destructive treatment to cancer cells, leaving healthy cells completely unharmed.

    The Speculist: January 2005 Archives

  • A nanodevice that can spring open in response to a chemical or mechanical signal could ensure that drugs not only arrive at the intended target but are also released when and where desired.

    EurekAlert! - Breaking News

  • LONDON - Scientists at the Massachusetts Institute of Technology (MIT) in Cambridge and his colleagues have come up with a nanodevice that could be used as a simple, portable water-desalination system run from a battery or on solar power, which would help to desalinate seawater in disaster zones.

    Gaea Times (by Simple Thoughts) Breaking News and incisive views 24/7

  • But it's true that the water of the holiest among holy rivers -- the Ganga -- fails to meet the drinking and bathing standards Technology (MIT) in Cambridge and his colleagues have come up with a nanodevice that could be used as a simple,

    WN.com - Articles related to Desalinated water for high-end consumers

  • "This is the first time I've heard of motion generating some kind of voltage and powering a nanodevice."

    News

  • Eventually such a magnetic nanodevice could be used to store magnetic information, here illustrated as

    WN.com - Business News

  • Eventually such a magnetic nanodevice could be used to store magnetic information, here illustrated as "1" and "0."

    WN.com - Business News

  • But physicists have now discovered a way to use a gallium arsenide nanodevice as a signal processor at "terahertz" speeds that could help end the bottleneck.

    Gizmag Emerging Technology Magazine

  • Physicists in the United States and Germany have discovered a way to use a gallium arsenide nanodevice as a signal processor at "terahertz" speeds, the first time it's been used for this purpose and an important step forward in the new world of optical communication and computing.

    innovations-report

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