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November 1st, 2006

Cornell inventors recognized

Nanotech devices for biology research, a new way to pasteurize milk, improvements in cellular phone systems and new strawberry varieties were among the 41 patents issued to 32 Cornell inventors during fiscal year 2005-06.

Sandip Tiwari, Electrical and Computer Engineering: Scalable Nano-transistor and Memory Using Back-side Trapping.


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