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October 24th, 2005

The Potential of MEMS

Abstract:
How will the boom in nanoscale research affect MEMS? Nanotechnology research will be a fantastic enabler for MEMS and help it reach full potential. Work in nanatechnology will yield new materials that will foster development of new chemical and biological sensors-two areas with tremendous opportunity for growth.

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