Students who report for the Nanotechnology and Robotics class at the California State Summer School for Mathematics and Science (COSMOS) on July 9 at UC Santa Cruz will begin testing NanoEngineer-1, the first computer aided design (CAD) program for the nanotech age.
What does COSMOS stand for?
COSMOS stands for California State Summer School for Mathematics and Science
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We have 15 other meanings of COSMOS in our Acronym Attic
- Country Specific Model for Intertemporal Climate
- North Atlantic Treaty Organization (NATO) Security Category (US DoD)
- The Common Software Measurement International Consortium
- Centralized Operation Support and Management Information Control System
- Coalition of Self-Managed Operators
- Coalition of Senior Membership Organizations
- Community Shares of Mid Ohio (Columbus, OH)
- Consolidated Supercomputer Management Office (NASA)
- Contextual Information in Semantic Space Models (Workshop)
- Centralization Of Supply Management Operations
- Coast Survey Marine Observation System
- Collections Of Southern Maryland Online System
- Complementary Silicon Metal-Oxide Semiconductor (RCA)
- Complementary Symmetry Metal Oxide Semiconductor
- Component Service Model with Semantics
- Compound Semiconductor Material on Silicon (research project)
- Computational Optimization of Small Molecular Structures
- Computer System for Switch Mainframe Operations
- Computerized Safety, Maintenance and Operation Systems of Shinkansen (Japan)
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The program, "Incubating Tomorrow's Nobel Laureates," will celebrate the fifth anniversary of the California State Summer School for Mathematics and Science, known as COSMOS.
Television personality Bill Nye, "the Science Guy," will emcee the luncheon, which will benefit the California State Summer School for mathematics and Science (COSMOS), designed and administered by the University of California for high school students who excel in these disciplines.