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June 11th, 2009
Last year, Mokia highlighted another exciting project being undertaken at Cambridge when it unveiled a shape changing mobile device concept based on nanotechnology.
Dubbed Morph, the joint nanotechnology concept was designed to demonstrate the possible future benefits of nanotechnology for mobile devices. Morph is both stretchable and flexible, but Nokia suggests nanotechnology could also allow future mobile phones to include self-cleaning surfaces and see-through electronics.
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