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April 4th, 2006

Electronic 'paper' possible

Abstract:
Picture this -- a television with a screen that is so thin, flexible and portable that you can hang it on the wall or hold it in your lap, watch a program, then roll it up and take it with you when you leave. The day's newspaper could be a single sheet of electronic paper that displays pages, one-by-one, as you scroll through. The building blocks for these and other potential applications are based on "nano skin," an ultra-thin array of nanotubes encased in a flexible polymer film.

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