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February 23rd, 2004

Nanomagnetics has new materials in store for memory market

Abstract:
British data storage company NanoMagnetics Ltd. took a route down a blind alley, but may have turned around quick enough to put it in firmly in the pack of companies applying nanotechnology to data storage. The company had planned to take on the hard-disk-drive market. But a slump in the sector forced it to change strategy and instead focus on producing a flexible storage medium.

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