Definitions

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  • noun surgery nanoscale surgery, especially by the use of nanorobots

Etymologies

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From nano- +‎ surgery

Examples

  • There was quickly talk of it creating everything from super-strong aircraft to paper-thin and foldable touch screens, to graphene replacing glass – it is perfectly transparent – and improving plastic, and revolutionising everything from nanosurgery to homebuilding.

    Could graphene be the new silicon?

  • The Institute had paid for the nanosurgery and training - all so that one of the country†™ s most promising minds could be one of the privileged few with unrestricted access to the whole of human knowledge - and for what?

    365 tomorrows » 2007 » April : A New Free Flash Fiction SciFi Story Every Day

  • Such aberrations are severely detrimental to optimal performance in imaging, nanosurgery, nanofabrication and micromanipulation, as well as other techniques within modern microscopy.

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  • The research team, which is based at the Technische Universitat Darmstadt, says that possible applications for their new scientific instruments include the fields of biomedicine and nanosurgery, where tunable-wavelength lasers could make all the difference.

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  • Prospective application fields are biomedicine and nanosurgery.

    THE MEDICAL NEWS

  • Prospective application fields are biomedicine and nanosurgery.

    THE MEDICAL NEWS

  • Prospective application fields are biomedicine and nanosurgery.

    THE MEDICAL NEWS

  • The typical visitor to Novokuznetsk is a businessman who has dreams of a new high-profit frontier, and everything is set up to cater to that; they can visit the matrix metals facility (which has all the machines sitting out on a common shop floor like so many drill presses and table saws, because the sterile cleanrooms in which they would run were never built); the aircraft test field where they're doing land-on-maglev tests (which was at Ohio State until Abdulkashim bought it and moved it; the new one, at Ohio State, is pursuing a much more promising line of research); or the nanosurgery facility (which is real enough but staffed mostly with surgeons who came here because they had to -- typically the kind of doctor who just has a little problem with pills, the bottle, or patients 'genitalia).

    Mother Of Storms

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