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Home > News > 3 new articles available online from Materials Today

June 25th, 2003

3 new articles available online from Materials Today

Abstract:
"The future of universal memory: magnetic random access memory is set to challenge established solid-state memories and may have more surprises in store." "Hopeful future for a nano-Europe: The US leads the way in nanoscience, but Europe is trying to catch up." "Afraid of the nano-world? - Mike Gibbs of the University of Sheffield urges against the condemnation of nanotechnology as inherently dangerous, so that we may all benefit."

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