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March 26th, 2004
Researchers seek bricks to build nanoscale structures
A systems strategy to make nanoscale devices as reproducible and controllable as silicon systems-on-chip is being urged by a pioneer in this growing world of shrinking sizes. Charles Lieber, a Harvard University chemistry professor and co-founder of Nanosys Inc., said that while extensive work has gone into building nanoscale devices, researchers seem far from anything as practical and serviceable as current electronic fabrication methods.
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