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nano

n. The nanotechnology industry, or a product of such industry

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Nano (text editor)

nano is a text editor for Unix-like computing systems or operating environments using a command line interface. It emulates the Pico text editor, part of the Pine email client, and also provides additional functionality. In contrast to Pico, nano is licensed under the GNU General Public License (GPL). Released as free software by Chris Allegretta in 1999, nano became part of the GNU Project in 2001, but left the GNU umbrella in June 2016.

Nano

Nano may refer to:

  • Nano-, a prefix in the SI and other systems of units denoting a factor of 10 (one billionth)
  • Nano, an Arduino model (single-board microcontroller)
  • Nano (comics)
  • Nano (The Hitchhiker's Guide to the Galaxy)
  • Nano (Star Trek)
  • nano, a text editor for Unix-like systems
  • NANO (journal)
  • Nanotechnology, a field of study dealing with nano-scale objects
  • Beretta Nano, a micro compact pistol
  • FlyNano Nano, a Finnish ultralight aircraft
  • iPod Nano, a digital media player
  • Radeon R9 Nano, a graphics card
  • Silver Nano, an antibacterial technology
  • Tata Nano, a car
  • VIA Nano, a central processing unit (CPU)
  • Nano receiver, a type of wireless mouse technology
  • Nano, an element of the game Cartoon Network Universe: FusionFall
  • Nano Shinonome, a Nichijou character
  • Nano mini-exhibition, created by the Nanoscale Informal Science Education Network
  • NaNo, National Novel, related to the National Novel Writing Month
Nano (Spanish footballer, born 1980)

Victoriano Rivas Álvaro (born 7 July 1980), known as Nano, is a Spanish retired footballer who mainly played as a central defender, and the current coach of Getafe CF B.

During seven seasons he amassed La Liga totals of 139 games and ten goals, mainly in representation of Betis (three years) and Levante (two). He also represented in the competition Getafe and Valladolid.

Nano (Egyptian footballer)

Mohamed Mahmoud (Arabic: محمد محمود, born March 24, 1985 in Cairo), aka Nano, is an Egyptian footballer who currently plays for Wadi Degla Sporting Club. Left-footed, he plays as a central defender or defensive midfielder.

Nano (Spanish footballer, born 1984)

Mariano González Maroto (born 27 October 1984), commonly known as Nano, is a Spanish professional footballer who plays for Greek club Panathinaikos F.C. as a left back or midfielder.

Nano (Spanish footballer, born 1982)

Fernando Macedo da Silva Rodilla (born 20 April 1982), known as Nano, is a Spanish professional footballer who plays for Racing de Ferrol mainly as a left winger.

He started out at FC Barcelona but, after only six competitive appearances with the first team, he went on to resume his career in both Segunda División and Segunda División B. In La Liga, he also represented Atlético Madrid, Getafe and Osasuna, amassing totals of 69 games and eight goals.

NANO (journal)

NANO is an international peer-reviewed scientific journal published by World Scientific, covering recent developments and discussions in the field of nanoscience and technology. Topics covered include nanomaterials, characterization tools, fabrication methods, numerical simulation, and theory.

The journal was established in 2006 with 6 issues annually; in 2014 the publication frequency was increased. The 2013 Impact Factor of the journal was 1.260.

Nano (Spanish footballer, born 1995)

Alexander Mesa Travieso (born 5 February 1995), commonly known as Nano, is a Spanish footballer who plays for CD Tenerife as a forward.

Nano (singer)

is a singer who originally posted music on YouTube and Niconico before being signed by a record label.

Usage examples of "nano".

All strange-space astrogational computations are approximate, and the errors, though expressed in nano- or picodegrees, increase proportional to target distance.

Nano- and Microelectromechanical Systems: Fundamentals of Nano- and Microengineering.

His nanos could release beta-blockers to ease his blood pressure and heart rate, but they produced fewer anticlotting agents.

We'll use drugs and nano and biotherapies to improve the human pilot's response times, although there are some medical barriers to that.

The nanos will judge how much and when you need the alteplase, and time its release accordingly.

He hoped that meant the nanos in his body were doing their work, along with whatever remained of the alteplase Alpha had given him, tending to his heart.

I once saw a bamboo shoot growing at naked-eye speeds: nano is directed, and faster than that.

After his heart attack, the doctors had injected him with nanos that included a niacin module to lower his cholesterol levels, agents to dissolve blood clots and improve circulation, and beta-blockers to reduce his blood pressure and heart rate.

La sua barba bianca catturò il bagliore delle lanterne quando il nano alzò il viso verso Saphira.

It also served the purposes of a lymphatic system, transporting uptake nanos from thousands of tiny lymph nodes distributed along her arteries.

A fianco del nano c'era Murtagh su Tornac, il volto distorto da un ghigno malevolo: furente, roteava la spada, sbaragliando ogni avversario.

Nippon Nano looked Fujiesque, a belt of office buildings around the waterline, houses above that, the higher the better, then a belt of golf courses, the whole top third reserved for gardens, bamboo groves, and other forms of micromanaged Nature.

Do you have any idea how nano scopically fanatical those things can be about potential-harm hygiene?

Wars declined, the labor market fluctuated wildly as developing countries joined in—exacerbated by nano and other forms of automation—and through most of the dataflow world a class of therapied, superfit workers arose, highly skilled and self-confident professionals who demanded an equal say with corporate boards.

Il nano era straordinariamente veloce: si rotolava, colpiva, rimbalzava, si tuffava.