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April 5th, 2004

Teensy RIT microchip technology attracts vast company interest

Engineers from IBM Corp., Motorola Inc., Intel Corp. and other firms are now visiting the Henrietta campus to explore the discovery, a technique for making radically faster and smaller microchips, which are essentially the brains of any computer. The technique involves submerging parts of the chip-making process underwater. It could hasten development of faster and cheaper computers, with the first commercial uses in a few years, said Bruce Smith, director of RITís Center for Nanolithography, who led the team that developed the methods.

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