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November 6, 2011

Grey goo, here we come.

srikanth @ 11:59 pm, GMT +0000 ( 1320623953 ) Play

This technique – what is it?

Cracked by jowens , badideabear , Bharath , , Sumanth Patlolla , Manish Achuth , Amarendra Kumar , Rogi , Thejas V R , shrik , Siddarth Pai , KK , Dibyo , Aditya S , raklodramA , Rahulk , Ananth , Bipin Banavalikar , Logik , Shwetha Maiya , shivathilak , mankuTimma , Vishwas B Sharma and rickde

Answer:

MIT’s nano-level folding device, the so-called nano-origami.

 


24 Responses to “Grey goo, here we come.”

  1. jowens
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    MIT’s nano-origami


  2. badideabear
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    Nano-origami


  3. Bharath
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    Nano -Origami


  4. Anonymous

    Origami


  5. Sumanth Patlolla
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    Origami


  6. Manish Achuth
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    Nano-origami


  7. Amarendra Kumar
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    origami… for electronic devices


  8. Rogi
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    Nano Origami


  9. Nano origami


  10. shrik
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    Nano-Origami.


  11. nano origami


  12. KK
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    origami


  13. Dibyo
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    nano origami


  14. Aditya S

    Nano-Origami


  15. nano-origami

    a new technique that allows engineers to fold nanoscale materials into simple 3-D structures. The tiny folded materials could be used as motors and capacitors, potentially leading to better computer memory storage, faster microprocessors and new nanophotonic devices.


  16. Rahulk
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    Nano Origami ,a new technique that allows engineers to fold nanoscale materials into simple 3-D structures.


  17. Ananth
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    Origami. Nano Origami.


  18. Bipin Banavalikar
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    Nano-Origami


  19. Logik
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    Nanorigami?


  20. Shwetha Maiya
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    Nano-origami


  21. shivathilak

    MIT nano origami!


  22. mankuTimma
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    Nano origami.


  23. Vishwas B Sharma
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    Nanogamy – Origamy in the nano scale.


  24. rickde
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    nano-origami


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