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Nanotechnology

The technology that controls products at the atomic or molecular state. Nanotechnology has uses in information technology, heavy industry and energy.
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Maekawa gave a brief about Toyo University and their research on Nano Technology, Molecular Energy, Bio Technology, etc.
In the "Nano Korea" exhibition, 360 or so companies and organizations including large domestic and overseas companies, SMEs, venture firms, research institutes and universities related to nano technology will introduce the latest nano technologies and applied products as well as their research results.
He also showed a demo of a t-shirt treated with the Liquipel WaterSafeTM nano technology for fabrics.
Nano technology in Iran is best characterised by firm activity.
He emphasized the importance of Nano technology, an emerging technology that has taken the world by storm.
October 2 - 5, 2011, take part in WAVE 2011, bringing together global business leaders and innovative companies to discuss growing business opportunities driven by micro and nano technology (MNT).
Recently in December 2010, the company launched PosiShield incorporating nano technology with a new completely organic line of products in the fight against bacteria, molds and the control of disease and infection.
The cutting-edge Nano Technology was a big hit with BTCC teams using the product.
JEDDAH: Custodian of the Two Holy Mosques King Abdullah yesterday received an honorary doctorate degree from King Saud University (KSU) in Riyadh and emphasized his support for nano technology.
DeWalt, a manufacturer of industrial power tools based in Towson, MD, announced the launch of its new Nano Technology rechargeable battery system.
IOGEAR Inc, a supplier of technology products, reported on 25 June the release of its Personal Security Mouse with Nano Technology (GMEFP1W6).
The world's smallest combustion engine went on display yesterday in a move which could propel Birmingham into the pounds 1 trillion global nano technology market.