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January 3rd, 2005
Diamond Dust May Make Televisions Thin
Research with diamond dust -- otherwise known as "nano-diamonds" -- "has allowed us to reach a position where the technology is now ripe for exploitation," said University of Bristol chemist and project leader Neil Fox.
U.S.-based Advance Nanotech is helping exploit the tiny shiny technology in a trans-Atlantic alliance designed to leverage Bristol's expertise in small scale structures and materials, Fox explained.
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