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nanoid

 [nan´oid]
dwarfish.

nanoid

/nan·oid/ (nan´oid) dwarfish.

nanoid

adjective
(1) Dwarf-like. 
(2) Dwarfish.

nanoid

dwarfish.
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WHAT YOU NEED TO KNOW: LIFE EXTENSION AND MEDICAL NANOROBOTICS
When the nanorobotic treatment is finished, the doctor uses an ultrasound signal to tell the circulating microbivores that their work is done.
The Nanorobotics Laboratory allows us to bring together, under one roof, research from a variety of diverse disciplines," Martel says, "such as information technology, mechanical engineering, and physics to pursue the development of ultra-specialized robots.
St-Jacques is a graduate in information engineering who has chosen to pursue his Master's degree at the Nanorobotics Laboratory.
For more information, see the Nanorobotics Laboratory Web site at www.
The Nanorobotics Laboratory, which aims to develop new platforms for medical intervention, works closely with interventional radiologist Dr.
Polytechnique Montreal's Nanorobotics Laboratory: http://www.
The state of the art in the field of nanorobotics has been presented in detail by Novakovic et al.
The second line of nanorobotics research involves manipulation of nanoscale objects with macroscopic instruments and related potential fields.
Derivation of Hamilton Functions Including Artificial Control Fields in Nanorobotics, Proceedings of 12th International Scientific Conference on Production Engineering--CIM 2009, 17-20th June 2009, Biograd, Croatia, ISBN 953-97181-6-3, Udiljak, T.
Nanoscale assembly and manipulation nanomanufacturing, nanorobotics, 2d and 3d nanoscale rapid prototyping self assembly, directed assembly such as electrokinetic assembly, bottomup
The evolutionary spectrum in nanomedicine will start at the sensing and diagnostics end and move into therapeutics over time," predicts Freitas, research fellow at the Institute for Molecular Manufacturing and author of Nanomedicine, the first book-length technical discussion of the medical applications of nanotechnology and medical nanorobotics.