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June 11th, 2003

UW-Madison Develops Nanoscale Heat-Dissipating Device

Abstract:
A new nanoscale device developed by a University of Wisconsin-Madison engineering professor could help dissipate heat generated by individual flowing electrons in devices such as laptops and provide insights into utilizing forces for quantum computing and communication. (more on earlier story)

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