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September 7th, 2005

When milk cartons start broadcasting

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"And thatís why we are currently working on making the silicon chip material printable in nanoscale size," explains Dr.Ralf Anselmann, Head of Research of the Degussa Science to Business Center Nanotronics in Marl, where the world's leading specialty chemical company has combined all of its nanotechnology and electronics activities. For the RFID revolution to take place, apart from the electrical properties involved the printing technologies will also need to be further developed.

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