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6/11/2007 01:00 PM EDT
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re: Second impression for nanoimprint
Bill_Bellman   8/26/2011 9:00:34 AM
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Could anyone elaborate on the status today in 2011 on the position of NIL for semiconductor manufacturing? It seems from the websites of some of the players on the NIL market like NIL Technology, http://www.nilt.com, that NIL is finding its applications in new emerging applications rather than semiconductor manufacturing.

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