NEMS


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NEMS

 (nĕmz)
n.
1. (used with a sing. verb) The technology of fabricating nanoscale electromechanical devices and systems.
2. (used with a pl. verb) Devices or structures fabricated using this technology.

[n(ano)e(lectro)m(echanical) s(ystems).]

NEMS adj.
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In November 2015, NEMS started processing maritime waste through a new A-authorised autoclave system, which processes solid waste received from foreign oceangoing vessels calling at the Texas Gulf Coast and eliminates the need to haul it to third party processors.
A presentation was given on the NEMS works during 2014, in addition to honoring the participant agencies in the NEMS.
NEMS was where Brian Epstein became the driving force of the Beatles and set them on their way to stardom.
Los NEMS tienen atributos fascinantes tales como el tamafzo en la escala nanometrica, muy bajo consumo de potencia, alto factor de calidad, operacion a altas frecuencias, alta sensibilidad y resolucion.
We attributed scores on the basis of a specific diagnostic category (13) to the corresponding NEMS points from the EURICUS projects database.
As well as bringing in the voice coach, NEMS has had Investors in People accreditation since January 2005, backed three members of the management team to undertake foundation degrees in leadership and management and organised European Computer Driving Licence National Vocational Qualification training for employees.
Rapid expansion by NEMS Market Research has led to new premises in Belasis Hall Technology Park, Billingham, and new employees.
It builds the theoretical foundation needed to develop, analyze and prototype NEMS and MEMS, their components and their structures.
Objective : Micro- and nanoelectromechanical system (MEMS and NEMS) components are vital for many industrial and consumer products such as airbag systems in cars and motion controls in mobile phones, and many of these MEMS and NEMS enabled applications have a large impact on European industry and society.
Existing NEMS measures have been demonstrated to be feasible, have strong face and content validity, and have high interrater and test-retest reliability [9].
Other items attracting a lot of interest include a NEMS plastic sign from the record department in NEMS Whitechapel, a custom-built radiogram which belonged to Ringo Starr and a handkerchief signed by Cilla Black.