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April 19th, 2003
Harvard lab explores molecular electronics
Chemistry, physics and nanoscale electronics are being blended to create novel biomedical devices at Harvard University's Department of Chemistry and Chemical biology. The research is not only opening up insights into nanoscale electronic devices, recent results also suggest that fundamentally new types of molecular sensors could be in the offing.
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