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September 8th, 2004
Making gadgets lighter, smaller and more energy efficient
Thanks to the work of EUREKA project E! 2839 MESCI I electronic devices such as PDAs, computers and mobile phones will be smaller, lighter and more energy efficient.
This breakthrough has been achieved as the Dutch, German and UK partners have succeeded where many others have failed - by making the production of miniature electric and computer systems, known as nanotechnology, economically viable.
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