- abbr. nanotechnology
“Computers may open up a new round of innovation in nanotech, that isn't a defeat of the law of diminishing returns.”
“When the nanotech is accidentally released during a theft, the government drops a bomb in order to prevent the tech from spreading.”
“Review: The idea of memory recording via nanotech is a really interesting premise and one that comes at a cost of the chameleon.”
“Anyway, nanotech is on the way, just not as soon as Bailey hopes.”
“No. Unless nanotech is going to result in some sort of unlimited supply of resources.”
“With no evidence so far that nanotech is actually damaging anyone, they are focusing on the materials most widely used in consumer products and doing their best to worry the public — and government officials — about potential hazards that have yet to be thoroughly researched.”
“Seriously though ... when he started talking about tossing in nanotech, I got a bad feeling in my stomach.”
“Review: The idea of inhaled nanotech is interesting, but I can't help to think that it could have been used to better effect.”
“An experiment in nanotech bioengineering gone bad (3 points)”
“Maybe in a few years, the nanotech is well on its way to being able to generate nanoelectrodes that can resolve individual cells.”
These user-created lists contain the word ‘nanotech’.
Cribbed from Transhumanist Terminology at aleph.se, which has definitions, and is itself based on the Lextropicon.
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