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April 5th, 2004

Teensy RIT microchip technology attracts vast company interest

Abstract:
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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