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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.
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.
The trail of regulation also runs persistently through the proposed Foresight Institute Guidelines on Molecular Nanotechnology.
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Lovy has taken a leading role in educating the nanotechnology community about the long-term potential of molecular nanotechnology.
The Institute's 1st Conference on Molecular Nanotechnology held in 1991 preceded the signing of the National Nanotechnology Initiative by nearly a decade.
This conference focuses on molecular nanotechnology and what it will mean for the environment, water purification, clean energy, medicine, national security, space exploration, international competitiveness, zero-waste manufacturing and overall societal impacts and other areas.
Foresight Institute's goal is to steer the development of molecular nanotechnology.
Since 1986 Foresight Institute, a nanotechnology education and public policy think tank, has worked to educate the public about molecular nanotechnology.
Foresight Institute, a nonprofit educational organization focused on molecular nanotechnology, and Working In Ltd.
Eric Drexler and Christine Peterson, Foresight dedicates itself to providing education, information, and networking support on the topic of molecular nanotechnology and molecular manufacturing.
She directs the Foresight Conferences on Molecular Nanotechnology, organizes the Foresight Institute Feynman Prizes, and chairs the Foresight Gatherings.

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