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April 8th, 2005
Major funding for silicon device applications of nanomaterials
A research team at the University of Southampton has been awarded over £400,000 to develop future applications of nanomaterials in silicon-based devices.
Professor Ashburn commented: "Devices are getting smaller all the time and are reaching sizes where new nanomaterials concepts can increasingly be applied. As silicon technology approaches the nanometer era, remarkable opportunities will exist to combine nanomaterials, quantum phenomena and microelectronics technology in creative ways to produce new types of silicon devices for a wide range of applications."
University of Southampton
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