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February 3rd, 2004

NTT Develops Three-Dimensional Nanofabrication

Abstract:
Nippon Telegraph and Telephone Corporation has created an electron beam lithography system that enables the fabrication of extremely small three-dimensional structures with sizes measured in nanometers. NTT demonstrated the 3D nanopatterning and nanofabrication by exposing a small sphere to the EB to form the world's smallest globe.

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