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miniaturization

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  • n. the act or process of miniaturizing or making smaller
  • n. something that has been miniaturized or made smaller

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  • n. The act or process of making on a greatly reduced scale.

from WordNet 3.0 Copyright 2006 by Princeton University. All rights reserved.

  • n. act of making on a greatly reduced scale

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  • Advances in miniaturization and integration of hardware have enabled the design of smart sensor nodes ranging from a square inch to the size of a matchbox.

    Wireless Sensors Extend Internet’s Reach | Impact Lab

  • And miniaturization is not that important for your purposes.

    How to Get a Nuclear Bomb

  • Yes we have made great strides in miniaturization, but there are finite limits at some point.

    Alpha Centauri U., BioEvolution 7314

  • Does that mean miniaturization is coming to an end?

    Boing Boing: October 17, 2004 - October 23, 2004 Archives

  • Dr Angela Christiano, lead author and professor of dermatology and genetics and development at Columbia University Medical Center, said: 'The identification of this gene underlying hereditary hypotrichosis simplex has afforded us an opportunity to gain insight into the process of hair follicle miniaturization, which is most commonly observed in male pattern hair loss or androgenetic alopecia.

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  • "The identification of this gene underlying hereditary hypotrichosis simplex has afforded us an opportunity to gain insight into the process of hair follicle miniaturization, which is most commonly observed in male pattern hair loss or androgenetic alopecia," said Angela M. Christiano, Ph. D., professor of dermatology and genetics

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  • "The identification of this gene underlying hereditary hypotrichosis simplex has afforded us an opportunity to gain insight into the process of hair follicle miniaturization, which is most commonly observed in male pattern hair loss or androgenetic alopecia," says researcher Angela M. Christiano, PhD, professor of dermatology and genetics and development at Columbia University M.dical Center, in a news release.

    WebMD Health

  • That came on top of a slow downswing in hauls because of what the industry laments as "miniaturization" of goods: It takes less space to move flat-screen TVs and iPods than their clunkier predecessors.

    Idle Pastime: In Off Hours, Truckers Pick Up Stitching

  • Piranha 3-D looks like the greatest $20 I'll make in a long time. jr sounds like it might be a "miniaturization" issue. that happens when the convergence / intraocular distance between the Right eye camera and Left eye camera are either too close together or far apart.

    Piranha 3D Pushed Back At Least Four Months, Might Not Even Be 3D | /Film

  • It is true that improvements in the efficiency of converters has provided some offset for the decline in surplus energy; technological changes such as miniaturization and electronic controls also reduce the energy required to do what is now needed to produce some goods and services.

    Energy and Society~ Chapter 15~ Ideological Unity and Economic Realism

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