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November 5th, 2004

Memories may mark early beachhead for nanotech

Abstract:
Nanotechnology is moving forward on many fronts with semiconductor memories expected to be one of its first major beachheads in electronics.

That was the conclusion of a day-long conference sponsored by market watcher Semico Research Corp. here Thursday (Nov. 4). "We think nanotech represents the next phase of Moore's Law, and it is creating an interdisciplinary renaissance," said Steve Jurvetson, managing director at Draper, Fisher Jurvetson

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