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nano

(1) Billionth (10 to the -9th power). See space/time.

(2) The nanotech industry in general. See nanotechnology.

(3) See iPod nano.
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Blondal added 'The joint development work between Pulead and Nano One is well positioned to change how the world makes battery materials and we believe this could disrupt the LFP supply chain.
The Global Nano Silver Market estimated to develop at a substantial CAGR for the duration of the prediction owing to Healthy demand for anti-microbial covering from foodstuff & liquid refreshment manufacturing companies, end user appliances, healthcare, individual care, and so on.
Nano fibre, made from plastics, is used for cleaning spillages in the oil, gas and petroleum industries, and for cleaning of hospitals as well as cultivation of crops.
The announcement of Nano Dimension's new strategic cooperation agreement highlights the company's growing ability to serve the unique needs of customers in the region.
The company said Nano, once hailed as the "people's car," will henceforth be produced only on demand.
(i) If [L.sub.R](X) = [phi] and [U.sub.R](X) = U, then [[tau].sub.R](X) = {U, [phi]}, is the indiscrete nano topology on U.
The shareholders of Commerce Bank of Temecula Valley will be exchanging at least 25% of its shares for shares in Nano with a maximum of 49% of the consideration coming in the form of stock.
As part of the transaction, each share of CBTV common stock not owned by Nano received USD14.41 per share related to the merger.
Add 'Flexweave' and they shrug "so?" For starters, because of its Flexweave technology, you can feel the Nano 8's durability while still being relatively lightweight.
In medical field Nano robots are mainly used for early diagnoses and targeted drug-delivery for cancer, biomedical instrumentation, monitoring of diabetes and health care.
Part of the list was the sixth-generation iPod nano, which was released in September 2010. 
Nano Dimension is in a good position to change that.