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MNT

The ISO 4217 currency code for the Mongolian Tugrik.

MNT

ISO 4217 code for the Mongolian tugrik. It was introduced in 1925 and pegged to the Soviet ruble. It currently floats.
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A blueprint for a molecular nanotechnology through materials self-assembly was laid out in their paper 'Nanochemistry: Synthesis in Diminishing Dimensions', Advanced Materials, 4:612-649, 1992.
About Zyvex Marine Zyvex Marine is a division of Zyvex Technologies, the world's first molecular nanotechnology company.
While our hereditary material found on DNA is located on chromosomes contained within the nucleus of our cells, the genetic material used in molecular nanotechnology applications will come from a synthetic chemical synthesis using much shorter stretches of single stranded DNA, no longer than about 4 nm.
RICHARDSON, Texas, June 12 /PRNewswire/ -- Zyvex, the first molecular nanotechnology company, today announced the addition of Randy Schussler as General Manager of Zyvex Instruments.
13) On the other hand, the Foresight Institute's Guidelines on Molecular Nanotechnology sees nanotechnology as facilitating wealth distribution more safely across international boundaries by "distribut[ing] the benefits of the technology to the four fifths of humanity currently desperate to achieve material wealth at any environmental or security cost.
His book clearly explains the impact of molecular nanotechnology in a reader-friendly fashion.
RICHARDSON, Texas, April 4 /PRNewswire/ -- Zyvex, the first molecular nanotechnology company, today announced its first company spinout: Zyvex Performance Materials (ZPM).
Foresight Nanotech Institute established these prizes to encourage research in the development of molecular nanotechnology.
Zyvex Corporation, the first molecular nanotechnology development company, which uses finite-element analysis to build microscopically small devices.
Established in 2000 and underwritten by the law firm of Millstein & Taylor, PC, the Foresight Institute Prize in Communication recognizes outstanding communication endeavors that promote a better understanding of molecular nanotechnology and its potentially transformative impact on society and the environment.
The remaining $1 million will be used to support acquisition and installation of chemical nanofabrication and molecular nanotechnology research equipment and instrumentation.
The Foresight Institute Prize in Communication recognizes outstanding journalistic or other communication endeavors that lead to a better understanding of molecular nanotechnology and its high social and environmental impact.

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