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  • n. Plural form of nanosystem.

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  • In addition to addressing learning systems, there will be guest lectures at the colloquium about emerging, disruptive technologies that will change the computing landscape and help enable learning systems in the future -- biologically inspired nanosystems, exascale-level processing and the analysis of massive quantities of data from multiple sources.

    Dario Gil: The Next Era of Computing: Learning Systems

  • In pre-industrial cultures, the ultimate energy supply comes from agriculture; that is, from sunlight converted into useful forms of chemical energy by natural, self-replicating nanosystems.

    Who Do You Say I Am

  • Then where do the elegant nanosystems found in the cell come from?

    Scientists' Responses Solicited

  • Of course controlling nanosystems will require huge amounts of computing power and while humans will control the overall process, it will be the computer-nanosystem interface which will be the most intense and this will be far more the source of future wealth than improved e-mailing.

    Major British Review on Economics of Climate Change « Climate Audit

  • Using a similar DNA origami tile, three DNA controlled two-state "DNA machines" and a DNA walker like the molecular spider above (with four feet and three "hands" that carry cargo), researchers aimed to show that by integrating several simple nanobots, we can create more complex nanosystems that can actually build things.

    Popular Science - New Technology, Science News, The Future Now

  • "The rules that govern self-assembling nanosystems, like the ferritin model, are poorly understood," Orner explained.

    Nano Tech Wire

  • The California NanoSystems Institute at UCLA is an integrated research center operating jointly at UCLA and UC Santa Barbara whose mission is to foster interdisciplinary collaborations for discoveries in nanosystems and nanotechnology; train the next generation of scientists, educators and technology leaders; and facilitate partnerships with industry, fueling economic development and the social well-being of California, the United States and the world.

    Nano Tech Wire

  • Predoctoral fellowship in the field of materials engineering and micro/nanosystems:

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  • Apply for Predoctoral fellowship in the field of materials engineering and micro/nanosystems

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  • Using a similar DNA origami tile, three DNA controlled two-state "DNA machines" and a DNA walker (with four feet and three "hands" that carry cargo), researchers aimed to show that by integrating several simple nanobots, we can create more complex nanosystems that can actually build things.

    Ethical Technology

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