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July 23rd, 2003

Training molecules to draw chips

Abstract:
Researchers at the University of Wisconsin have come up with a way to organize molecules through lithography, the science of "drawing" chip circuits. It's a development that could one day help bridge the nanotechnology-silicon divide.

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