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  • noun Plural form of nanotechnology.


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  • Initial experimentation in nanotechnologies has already begun.

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  • These figures for state funding are backed up in the West by ever higher levels of private investment in nanotechnologies, which is lacking in Russia, experts said.

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  • Finally, the delegates will have been exploring the future impact of science and technology, especially as every major global problem, from climate change to disease eradication to ageing societies, can potentially be solved through advances in technologies such as nanotechnologies, genetics and computer science.

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  • * Identify the time scales, hurdles and progress in developing new innovative technologies such as nanotechnologies/nanomedicines, oral peptides and proteins, new prodrugs and assess market factors affecting the developments and their success/failure.

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  • "All the advice I get," Willets said, "is that behind the word 'nanotechnology' there is a range of nanotechnologies, with different risks and in different sectors, which do not require an equal level of regulation."

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  • Still, there is something undeniably different about new nanotechnologies being developed for medicine: the tiny scale they are being designed to operate on.

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  • Rusnano, more formally known as the Russian corporation of nanotechnologies, has previously committed about $4.5 billion in investments in about 100 projects, Mr. Akhanov said.

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  • If a cell were the size of a city such as London, then a nanometer, the scale on which nanotechnologies operate, would be about the size of a car.

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  • They also warned, among other things, that nanotechnologies could overcome the blood – brain barrier and "exploit existing transport mechanisms to transmit substances into the brain in analogy with the Trojan horse".

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  • As a progressively ageing population places an increasing and heavy strain on health services the number of Europeans aged over 65 is predicted to rise by nearly 40% by 2030, can nanotechnologies contribute to living a longer and more productive life?

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