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April 25th, 2003
The Printable Transistor
A half century ago, researchers at Bell Labs in Murray Hill, NJ, changed the world with their introduction of the transistor. Since then, the devices have evolved, becoming smaller, faster, and ubiquitous - finding their way into everything from computers to toasters.
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