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  • noun The sphere of influence of nanotechnology

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Examples

  • Playing games in the nanoworld holds the Promethean promise of giving society any material it wants at virtually no cost -- 500-story skyscrapers made from diamond rather than steel, fabulously powerful microprocessors, spaceships that have the strength of titanium but the weight of plastic, paint that changes color, "smart" fog that hovers invisibly in our homes, materializing into furniture or a bathrobe when we say so.

    Get Ready For Nanotechnology

  • Scientists at the other centers are tackling a vexing challenge of the nanoworld: how to economically build structures that are one-thousandth the diameter of a human hair, using magnetic fields and chemical processes to coax atoms into patterns for medicines and other materials.

    Big Future In Tiny Spaces

  • In nanoworld, Deep Space 9 might, in fact, have started its career as an asteroid,transformed atom by atom into the hotbed of interspecies activity that made the show so popular.

    I’m Working on That

  • In nanoworld, Deep Space 9 might, in fact, have started its career as an asteroid,transformed atom by atom into the hotbed of interspecies activity that made the show so popular.

    I’m Working on That

  • Everything that happens in the universe happens first in nanoworld because all matter—solid, liquid, or gas—is constructed of atoms.

    I’m Working on That

  • Everything that happens in the universe happens first in nanoworld because all matter—solid, liquid, or gas—is constructed of atoms.

    I’m Working on That

  • In nanoworld, Deep Space 9 might, in fact, have started its career as an asteroid,transformed atom by atom into the hotbed of interspecies activity that made the show so popular.

    I’m Working on That

  • Everything that happens in the universe happens first in nanoworld because all matter—solid, liquid, or gas—is constructed of atoms.

    I’m Working on That

  • Everything that happens in the universe happens first in nanoworld because all matter—solid, liquid, or gas—is constructed of atoms.

    I’m Working on That

  • In nanoworld, Deep Space 9 might, in fact, have started its career as an asteroid,transformed atom by atom into the hotbed of interspecies activity that made the show so popular.

    I’m Working on That

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