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August 15th, 2003
Nanowire arrays line up for future devices
Researchers from Harvard University, US, have come up with a technique for building arrays of nanowires from the bottom up. The method, which can produce structures patterned on multiple length scales and over large areas, could have applications in making nanodevices.
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