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Question 1: In ________, Reed Richards creates nanites that are meant to control the minds of supervillains.
X-Men LegendsMarvel: Ultimate Alliance 2X-Men Origins: Wolverine (video game)The Super Hero Squad Show

Question 2: In ________ there are a few stories about nanites in the episode Evolution (Star Trek: The Next Generation) and nanoprobes (Borg) in the episodes Mortal Coil (Star Trek: Voyager), Drone (Star Trek: Voyager) and Inside Man (Star Trek: Voyager).
Star Trek (film)Star TrekStar Trek: Deep Space NineStar Trek: The Original Series

Question 3: Nanorobotics is the technology of creating machines or robots at or close to the microscopic scale of a nanometer (10−9 ________).
Metre1 decametre100 megametres10 megametres

Question 4: Nanomachines are largely in the research-and-development phase[1], but some primitive ________ have been tested.
NanotechnologyNanoroboticsMolecular machineMolecular nanotechnology

Question 5: It is actuated by controlling the environmental temperature and by positioning a ________ tip.
Scanning tunneling microscopeScanning probe microscopyMagnetic force microscopeMagnetic resonance force microscopy

Question 6: In the popular Videogame created by ________ Resident Evil 4, Leon has to fight monsters called Regenerators, which are theoretically a Nanomorph
Viewtiful JoeCapcomFinal FightStreet Fighter

Question 7: In the game ________, "nanites" are used as currency as well as a type of weapon ammo.
Deus ExThief: The Dark ProjectUltima Underworld: The Stygian AbyssSystem Shock 2

Question 8: The first person shooter ________ includes a suit that consists of nanorobots, which replenish armor, health, enhance strength, speed and even enable active camouflage.
Half-Life 2Crysis WarheadCrysis (series)Crysis

Question 9: In the sci-fi show Red Dwarf where they are used to manufacture a new arm for ________ from his excess body tissue.
Dave ListerDad (Red Dwarf)Red Dwarf shipsIdentity Within

Question 10: Recently, ________ has demonstrated a single-molecule car which is developed by a chemical process and includes buckyballs for wheels.
Duke UniversityTulane UniversitySouthern Methodist UniversityRice University







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