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  • n. Plural form of nanocomponent.


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  • One of Strano's long-term research goals has been to find ways to imitate principles found in nature using nanocomponents. - latest science and technology news stories

  • Packaging films and PET bottles with synthetic nanocomponents are available on the Swiss market.


  • Synthetic nanocomponents are also used for so-called encapsulation, for example to enclose carotenoids or vitamins to make them water soluble, keep longer or better absorbed by the body.


  • CEA Leti and IBM to Collaborate on Future Nanoelectronics Technology CEA researchers achieve a significant breakthrough in the design and production of electromechanical nanocomponents based on carbon nanotube structures MINATEC IDEAs Laboratory to study new consumer products and services based on advances in micro and nano-technologies Leti and EPFL Expand R&D Partnership with Monthly Seminars On Micro - and Nanotechnology Topics

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  • "Manufacturers, processors and dealers of foods and food packaging with nanocomponents could, for instance, follow industry-specific codes of conduct," argue the researchers.

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  • Surface wear of coatings occurring at extremely low loads and in nanocontacts is of great importance for the development and the reliability of structural / functional nanocomponents in micro / nanoelectromechanical systems.

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  • · The synthesis and fabrication of nanocomponents and nanostructures

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  • Crichton’s novel is about evil clouds of nanocomponents that are fond of “flocking”:

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