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October 4th, 2005

From the Lab: Nanotechnology

Abstract:
University of California, Berkeley, researchers have developed a nano-scale silicon device that acts like a transistor for fluids. By applying a voltage across the device, the researchers stopped and started the flow and controlled the concentration of ions and molecules moving through the device's 35-nanometer-high, one-micrometer-wide channels.

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