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July 23rd, 2004

Nano-Imprinting Promises Even Smaller Electronics

Abstract:
In a discovery that could lead to dramatically smaller computer chips and other electronic components, Princeton scientists have found a way to mass produce devices that are so small they are at the limit of what can be viewed by the most powerful microscopes. The achievement is an advance over current techniques, which require expensive and time-consuming procedures to create anything so small.

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