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October 31st, 2003

UA researchers may lead way to faster computers

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The hand of biology might soon extend into the world of technology, making computers work faster than ever. A team of eight UA researchers received a $1.23 million grant from the National Science Foundation two months ago to turn a thin type of protein into a wire that will eventually be used to enhance technology.

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