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January 3rd, 2006

In the works: Chips on the atomic scale

Abstract:
The transition to a post-silicon era is predicted in a report called the International Technology Roadmap for Semiconductors issued Saturday. The report, which is produced cooperatively by semiconductor industry associations from Europe, Japan, South Korea, Taiwan and the United States, is used by the semiconductor industry as a planning tool to determine how best to spend research and development money for new technology.

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