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September 19th, 2003
Electronics: Nanotechnology goes large
Discovering new ways of making and manipulating materials at nanometre scales should help to maintain the computer industry's relentless drive towards ever greater miniaturization and performance. But in this issue, Xiangfeng Duan and colleagues show that, in addition to allowing the development of high-performance nanoelectronics, these techniques may also be useful for making flexible electronics over large areas and at low cost.
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