nanocephaly nan·o·ceph·a·ly (nān’ō-sěf’ə-lē)
nan’o·ce·phal’ic (-sə-fāl’ĭk) or nan’o·ceph’a·lous (-sěf’ə-ləs) adj.
architecture /nan’oh-k*m-pyoo’tr/ A computer with molecular-sized switching elements. Designs for mechanical nanocomputers which use single-molecule sliding rods for their logic have been proposed. The controller for a nanobot would be a nanocomputer. Some nanocomputers can also be called quantum computers because quantum physics plays a major role in calculations. Richard P. Feynman is still cited […]
nanocormia nan·o·cor·mi·a (nān’ə-kôr’mē-ə) n. See microsomia.
/ˈnænəʊˌdɒt/ noun 1. a microscopic cluster of several hundred nickel atoms that can be used to store extremely large amounts of data in a computer chip
[nan-oh-fab-ri-key-shuh n, ney-noh-] /ˌnæn oʊˌfæb rɪˈkeɪ ʃən, ˌneɪ noʊ-/ noun 1. the design and manufacture of products and structures, especially electronic devices, with dimensions measured in nanometers.