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January 13th, 2004

Advancing toward finer circuitry

Abstract:
Two recently published papers describe advances on the road to nanocircuitry using two key device components - carbon nanotubes and inorganic nanowires. One, the first working circuit that incorporates both carbon nanotubes and standard silicon technology. The second nanotech advance emerged from the union of molecular biology and materials science - magnetic and semiconducting nanowires using a virus-based scaffold. (more on earlier articles)

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