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December 3rd, 2003
Last year, $3 billion was invested in nanotechnology. Furthermore, the National Nanotech Initiative (NNI) 2004 budget increased by nearly ten percent. These investments will soon pay off in the form of big screen displays.
According to Dr. James Jaskie, chief scientist at Motorola’s Microelectronic and Physical Sciences Labs, Nano-emissive Display (NED) technology is not only viable, it’s affordable. In a year or two, the general consumer might be able to afford a 60-inch or larger display.
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