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  • noun An engineer who specializes in nanoengineering


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  • He plans to nanoengineer their optical and structural properties using DC electric-field techniques, coupled with femtosecond and nanosecond laser processing.

    The Engineer - News 2010

  • My paradise is my life in this giant town in which I reside, this giant town on this wonderful globe on which I reside, the only globe perfectly suited for my kind, our kind of animalkind and florakind, the only planet in our solar system on which our kind can survive without going through some kind of mutational process that could nanoengineer a human being able to live in extreme temperatures or in extremely difficult-to-breath airs, if there are any "airs" at all; Jupiter is one big gas ball.

    SOS The Daily Growler 2006

  • "My job as a nanoengineer is to figure out what you need to do to put all the different parts together, whether it's a drug delivery vehicle, photovoltaic applications, sensors or transistors.

    Science Blog 2010


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