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July 9th, 2003

AIST and Mitsui mass-produce new nanotechnology material

Abstract:
The National Institute of Advanced Industrial Science and Technology and Mitsui & Co. have nearly completed the development of technology to mass-produce porous silicon material, a new nanotechnology material that has a wide range of industrial applications. (see "Life Sciences" section)

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