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May 4th, 2006

Nano chips to maximise space

Abstract:
An international research team from University College Londonís (UCL) Centre for Nanotechnology has developed a ceramic material that could result in fundamental changes to technology. The material can be used in the creation of self-assembled circuit boards with various layers being insulated from each other by just a few atoms dramatically reducing processor size requirements.

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