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Biochips create new opportunities for medtech

12/13/2012 05:01 AM EST
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jeremybirch
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jeremybirch   12/14/2012 12:16:20 PM
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In what way is Si or SiO2 water soluble? To my knowledge SiO2 is pretty insoluble (otherwise there would not be many glass bottles or beaches!)

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krisi   12/13/2012 10:26:29 PM
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thank you Rick for bring up this story, absolutely amazing...Congrats John, incredible stuff, perhaps you will be interested in giving a plenary talk again at emerging technology symposium? www.cmosetr.com, Kris

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