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June 9th, 2004
U.S. Must Accelerate Nanoelectronics Research
The Semiconductor Industry Association today called for creation of a Nanoelectronics Research Institute to direct and coordinate a massive research effort to assure continued U.S. leadership in information technology after current semiconductor technology runs up against insurmountable physical limits. "The price for not starting now on a massive, coordinated research and development effort in nanoelectronics could be nothing less than a loss, in just two decades, of U.S. economic and defense leadership," said Dr. John E. Kelly, III.
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