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March 24th, 2004

Wire-growth process leads to flexible nanosystems

An approach to creating single-crystal nanowires from just about any semiconducting material is being pioneered by Charles Lieber and his group at Harvard University in tandem with the nanotech startup he co-founded, Nanosys Inc. Together with methods for placing wires in arrays and multilayers, the technique promises to create complex systems at the nanoscale.


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