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July 16th, 2007

New technology makes 'invisible' paper possible

Abstract:
"E-paper has the memory space to hold multiple documents," he said. "And it's flexible, lightweight and portable similar to a small book."

The paper, which Janes expects may be available within the next five years, is the result of research done at Birck Nanotechnology Center. A team of professors and students created transparent nanowire transistors and circuits used in the e-paper.

Other researchers had already made nanowire transistors, but the metal electrodes in them made the structures opaque.

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