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January 8th, 2007
EU funded project develops cost effective nanotechnology...
Finnish and French researchers working on an EU funded project have developed a nano-imprinting device for the mass production of solar cells and nano-scale bio-analysis platforms.
The nano-imprinting stepper uses a small patterned silicon chip as a stamp, the pattern of which is copied onto a polymer layer by imprinting. The polymer layer - made out of either thermoplastic or UV cured material - can then be used for replicating small sub-100 nm scale geometries onto larger areas.
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