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June 6th, 2003

Cash boost for materials research

A Cambridge-developed disruptive technology could be hitting the streets within five years thanks to a 1.2m grant. The material - Gallium Nitride (GaN) - has the potential to power paradigm shifts in the performance of the common or garden lightbulb, lasers and semiconductors across a range of applications.


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