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microscale

(ˈmaɪkrəʊˌskeɪl)
adj
conducted, operating, or being on a very small scale
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Dr Michael Crichton, a biomedical engineer at Heriot-Watt University, has been awarded 360,000 from the Engineering and Physical Sciences Research Council (EPSRC) to develop a microsensor that will detect wound healing by monitoring the tiny, microscale mechanical changes that happen to the bodys tissue.
Engineers at Heriot-Watt University in Edinburgh will work on the microsensor that can monitor tiny, microscale mechanical changes to the body's tissue.
A grand challenge from the wind energy industry is to provide reliable forecasts on mountain winds several hours in advance at microscale (~100 m) resolution.
22 April 2019 - Italy based Technoprobe, a microelectronics/semiconductor test company, has agreed to acquire California, US-based microscale additive manufacturer Microfabrica Inc., the company said.
However, Pagasa weather forecaster Joey Figuracion said that since these types of thunderstorms were microscale weather systems, it is hard to predict with accuracy when and where the said rains would fall.
Herein, we report the use of mean of the count rate (MCR) from DLS to detect microscale inhomogeneity in PAN solution caused by microscale contaminants such as foreign particles.
Embedding their helmets with insect-inspired microscale air pumps, compressors and molecule filters could help them breathe at the microscale, said researchers as they tried to explain the mechanics aiding the movie characters.
Significant research and development efforts are needed to determine these microscale wind effects within unique DUA environments.
In this paper, HPMI technique was utilized to describe the sizes and distributions of carbonate microscale and nanoscale pores, and the fractal characteristics of microscale and nanoscale pores were also investigated.
Macroscale and Microscale Organic Experiments, 7th Edition
Fiber orientation tensors and knit lines are predicted in microscale analysis using Autodesk Inc.'s Moldflow[R] software, and structural analysis is performed considering the homogenized structure in macroscale analysis using ANSYS[R] software tool.