Translation of nanotechnology in Spanish:

nanotechnology

nanotecnología, n.

Pronunciation /ˌnænoʊˌtɛkˈnɑlədʒi//ˌnanə(ʊ)tɛkˈnɒlədʒi/

noun

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    nanotecnología feminine
    • It would be irresponsible if this outcome was to be repeated with nanotechnology.
    • This latest fretting has been prompted by a branch of science called nanotechnology.
    • Whilst we are a long way away from turning lead into gold, science at the atomic level, or nanotechnology, is with us already.
    • Nearly all the laws dealt with promoting nanotechnology in those states.
    • For example, nanotechnology may facilitate the development of Von Neumann probes.
    • There is talk of cooperation in nanotechnology and solar energy as well.
    • An eclectic band of researchers is mapping out a new frontier of science known as nanotechnology.
    • With nanotechnology engineers manipulate atomic sized particles to create tiny machines.
    • Governments and the military have no exclusive access to genetics, robotics or nanotechnology.
    • How can you see nanotechnology or even macro technology on the way to Mars generating the sorts of energy that you need?
    • The team from the physics department are experts in nanotechnology, which involves engineering on a microscopic scale.
    • Students presented papers on nanotechnology and super conductors.
    • Eventually, nanotechnology and semiconductor device technology will converge.
    • The reason for this disparity is that most definitions of nanotechnology are impossibly broad.
    • The center's research is aimed at the interface of nanotechnology and biology at the molecular level.
    • Issues of complexity, evolution, nanotechnology and robotics sit in the very center of this debate.
    • What is nanotechnology and why is it such a buzz in the computer industry?
    • The former group thinks of nanotechnology as essentially a new branch of materials science.
    • I don't write about just politics or just war or just nanotechnology or music or science.
    • They were describing an area of advanced nanotechnology called molecular manufacturing.