molecular nanotechnology


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molecular nanotechnology

Building products atom by atom. See nanofactory.
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Drexler's 1991 doctoral thesis in molecular nanotechnology from the Massachusetts Institute of Technology was expanded and published as the book, Nanosystems: Molecular Machinery Manufacturing and Computation (Wiley, 1992).
Robert Freitas is the author of Nanomedicine, the first book-length technical discussion of the potential medical applications of molecular nanotechnology and medical nanorobotics; the first two volumes of this four-volume series were published in 1999 and 2003 by Landes Bioscience.
The new low-k barrier dielectric SCC film has been developed based on molecular nanotechnology, which has a composite structure of unsaturated C=C molecular bonds and the conventional silica backbone structure to prevent Cu diffusion into the interlayer dielectric (ILD) films.
The WPI Life Sciences and Bioengineering Center, a four-story office building connected to a laboratory building, was completed last month and is home to advanced research in regenerative medicine, molecular nanotechnology and biosensors, plant systems and tissue engineering.
The science of self-assembly offers the most promising route available to true molecular nanotechnology, proclaims Pelesko, and explains how it works in the natural world, engineered systems, and the future.
Vandermolen's article "Molecular Nanotechnology and National Security" (Fall 2006), which addressed mankind's admirable degree of technical development.
NEW YORK -- Genetic manipulation, molecular nanotechnology and advances in stem cell research are among the medical advances that have some health care industry experts predicting that, by the end of the century, many Americans may have the potential to live to as long as 120 years.
To this end, Tyshenko's piece covers the controversial area of molecular nanotechnology. And by separating "the reality of nanoscience and nanotechnology from the fantasy," Wolkow's paper seeks to provide a more moderate vision of this field of study than is often found in the popular press.
Some observers predict that particular materials produced by molecular nanotechnology will turn out to be environmentally destructive.
The earthshaking insight of molecular nanotechnology is that, when we reach this scale, we can reverse direction and begin building up, making products by placing individual atoms and molecules exactly where we want them.
11th Foresight Conference on Molecular Nanotechnology

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