Definition of nanotechnological in English:



See nanotechnology

‘This storage compression takes place within the context of some hardware, and so the quest for nanotechnological progress is intimately linked to it.’
  • ‘Even the bizarre prospect of machine-brain interaction and implanted nanotechnological devices starts with therapeutic efforts to enable the blind to see and the deaf to hear.’
  • ‘He'll develop nanotechnological optical imaging strategies to catalog signaling cascades at the molecular level.’
  • ‘This phenomenon will find a number of nanotechnological applications, particularly as it benefits from field gradients near small conducting objects.’
  • ‘Although this analysis is concerned with and applied to an extreme case of potential biological importance, it might have broad implications on nanotechnological problems.’



/ˌnanōˌteknəˈläjəkəl/ /ˌnænoʊˌtɛknəˈlɑdʒəkəl/