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nanotechnological

Definitions

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  • adjective Of, pertaining to, or by means of nanotechnology.

Etymologies

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nanotechnology +‎ -ical

Examples

  • Perhaps nanotechnological devices could self-assemble inside the brain.

    World Wide Mind

  • Perhaps nanotechnological devices could self-assemble inside the brain.

    World Wide Mind

  • The third and smallest government, known as Emergent Terra, is a group of radical “singularitarians,” who favor abandoning traditional bans on nanotechnological improvement and genetic engineering of humans in order to ‘ascend.’

    Superhero Nation: how to write superhero novels and comic books » JM’s Review Forum

  • In a feat of nanotechnological engineering, Chan passed the DNA through a series of microscopic pillars that snagged and unfurled the DNA molecules before funneling them into a narrow “interrogation channel” where they zipped under the eye of a laser at about 1–2 cm/second.

    The $1,000 Genome

  • Crick, and his colleague Leslie Orgel, who originally suggested the idea with him, supposed that the bacteria had originally evolved by natural processes on the home planet, but they could equally, while in the mood for science fiction, have added a touch of nanotechnological artifice to the mix, something like the molecular gearwheel illustrated opposite.

    Scientists' Responses Solicited

  • Several such nanotechnological initiatives are on the brink of successful application (particularly at our tax-dollar-funded national laboratories), but most of our politicians probably don't know enough about them to know that they need more-aggressive support and further engineering development.

    The Bipolar Bacteria Mania: Whence the Planet's Single Biggest Health Challenge

  • But the only involvement of quantum computers is that it will make it easier to design nanotechnological devices.

    The Father of Quantum Computing

  • But the only involvement of quantum computers is that it will make it easier to design nanotechnological devices.

    The Father of Quantum Computing

  • It seems more like he's interested in using the nanotechnological revolution as an excuse to ignore inconvenient lessons of history, however.

    The Speculist: Disruption!

  • My opinion is that the computational-nanotechnological metaphor presents us with a potentially huge increase in intelligence over the coming decades.

    Leary-Wilson-Lilly

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