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March 16th, 2007
University helps gadgets to shrink
The region's Centre of Excellence in Nanotechnology Micro and Photonic Systems (Cenamps) is working with one of the country's leading nanotech companies to build a new research and development facility at Newcastle University - the first of its kind in the UK.
It is hoped the new unit, which will open in the summer, will help electronic companies make more hi-tech computers, televisions and mobile phones which will use less power.
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