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self-assembling

Definitions

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  • noun The art or practice of self-assembly
  • adjective That self-assembles

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Examples

  • After the initial riots, the rapid evolution of self-assembling dynamic in streets was made possible in cyberspace with Twitter, YouTube and FaceBook.

    Bianca Jagger: The Fall of Mubarak

  • After the initial riots, the rapid evolution of self-assembling dynamic in streets was made possible in cyberspace with Twitter, YouTube and FaceBook.

    Bianca Jagger: The Fall of Mubarak

  • Chemists such as David Deamer of the University of California, Santa Cruz, have found hints of the RNA (ribonucleic acid, the workhorse molecules of genetic activity in cells) counterpart to the DNA of our genes "self-assembling" in the watery broth that must have covered the early Earth.

    Comet clues buried in Antarctic snow

  • Looking forward, this information could help protein engineers develop methodologies for designing large self-assembling structures.

    Tew's Day!

  • After the initial riots, the rapid evolution of self-assembling dynamic in streets was made possible in cyberspace with Twitter, YouTube and FaceBook.

    Bianca Jagger: The Fall of Mubarak

  • In essence, what social networking can do combined with self-assembling dynamic tribal structures is to mobilise a shared interest very quickly.

    Digital Tribes: Rising Asymmetric Power

  • Digital networks have taken tribal behaviour to a whole new level of collective consciousness: dynamic self-assembling tribes that come into existence almost instantaneously.

    Digital Tribes: Rising Asymmetric Power

  • Digital networks have taken tribal behaviour to a whole new level of collective consciousness: dynamic self-assembling tribes that come into existence almost instantaneously.

    DK Matai: Digital Tribes: Rising Asymmetric Power

  • Add in new technologies, such as self-assembling atomic structures, new materials at the far end of the Periodic Chart and software algorithms that can quickly make sense out of huge amounts of data and the price tag can easily run into the tens or hundreds of billions of dollars.

    A New Kind Of War

  • Add in new technologies, such as self-assembling atomic structures, new materials at the far end of the Periodic Chart and software algorithms that can quickly make sense out of huge amounts of data and the price tag can easily run into the tens or hundreds of billions of dollars.

    A New Kind Of War

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