Fr.: technologie de l'informtion
The science and activity of receiving, storing, processing, and transmitting information by using → computers.
→ information; → technology.
The science and technology of producing and exploiting structures and systems at dimensions of roughly 1 to 100 → nanometers, that is those of single atoms and molecules. Materials with such minute structures possess mechanical, optical, chemical, magnetic or electronic properties not found in ordinary materials.
→ nano-; → technology.
tašnikšenâsi-ye fazâyi, fanâvari-ye ~
Fr.: technologie spatiale
The systematic application of science, technology, and engineering to the exploration and utilization of outer space.
→ space; → technology.
tašnik-šenâsi (#), fanâvari (#)
The use of scientific knowledge for the creation and development of devices, machines, and techniques to achieve a commercial, industrial, or scientific objective.
From Gk. tekhnologia "systematic treatment of an art, craft, or technique," originally referring to grammar, from tekhno-, from tekhne, → technique, + → -logy.