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May 13th, 2003
Novel technique enables magnetic nanopatterns
Scientists from Northwestern University, US, have developed a technique for making nanoscale patterns of "hard" magnetic materials. The method combines dip-pen nanolithography and a sol-gel process, and could have applications in creating high-density storage information systems.
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