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  • adj. Having a nanopattern

Etymologies

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nano- +‎ patterned

Examples

  • This silk card shows diffractive optics entirely constituted by pure silk obtained by pouring silk solution on nanopatterned molds and letting the solution dry and crystallize.

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  • Improved nanotechnology implants through nanopatterned metal surfaces ...

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  • Collaborating with Leslie Tung, a professor of biomedical engineering at the Johns Hopkins School of Medicine, the researchers found that, after a few more days of growth, cells on the nanopatterned surface began to conduct electric waves and contract strongly in a specific direction, as intact heart muscle would.

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