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January 15th, 2004

Time Travel to 2029: Nanotechnology Thrives

Abstract:
Looking into the future 25 years is perhaps a task better suited to soothsayers than scientists and industry professionals. However, given the rate of technology innovation that the semiconductor industry is undergoing presently, it would come as no surprise if device manufacturers continued on the pace of rapid technology developments in design, manufacturing technology and new packaging implementation.

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