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  • noun A scientist whose speciality is nanoscience

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Examples

  • "He's a nanoscientist, so he's good at tinkering," Ms. Kamil said.

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  • Interpreting, replicating and modulating our biology in a bid to make our lives healthier and happier is one of the aims of the modern nanoscientist.

    Nanotechnoglogy world: Nanomedicine offers new cures

  • Interpreting, replicating and modulating our biology in a bid to make our lives healthier and happier is one of the aims of the modern nanoscientist.

    Nanotechnoglogy world: Nanomedicine offers new cures

  • Pioneering nanoscientist Richard Smalley, who shared the 1996 Nobel Prize in Chemistry for discovering buckyballs, died today of cancer.

    - Boing Boing

  • Authored by a nanoscientist and philosophers, offers an accurate and accessible look at the science while providing an ideal text for ethics and philosophy courses

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  • Authored by a nanoscientist and philosophers, offers an accurate and accessible look at the science while providing an ideal text for ethics and philosophy courses

    ebookshare

  • Authored by a nanoscientist and philosophers, offers an accurate and accessible look at the science while providing an ideal text for ethics and philosophy courses

    ebookshare

  • "Silver nanowires have been extensively studied and used for a variety of applications, including transparent conductive electrodes for solar cells and optoelectronic devices," said nanoscientist Yugang Sun of Argonne's Center for Nanoscale

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  • Authored by a nanoscientist and philosophers, offers an accurate and accessible look at the science while providing an ideal text for ethics and philosophy courses

    ebookshare

  • Authored by a nanoscientist and philosophers, offers an accurate and accessible look at the science while providing an ideal text for ethics and philosophy courses

    ebookshare

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