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MEMS research looks to make Casimir a force for good
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8/25/2003   Post a comment
Empty space is not really empty. According to quantum-vacuum theory, at any instant it's composed of a finite amount of matter, an equal amount of antimatter and the simultaneous winking into and out of existence of a finite number of photons.
Big Blue puts scope on chemical reactions in liquids
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8/18/2003   Post a comment
A transmission electron-microscope procedure from IBM Corp. lets researchers create real-time videos of liquid deposition processes to explore their mechanisms at work.
IBM advance puts deposition under the microscope
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A transmission electron-microscope procedure from IBM Corp. lets researchers create real-time videos of liquid deposition processes to explore their mechanisms at work.
Nanolitho effort harnesses self-assembly
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8/11/2003   Post a comment
Nanoscale patterning of silicon substrates with regular, repeatable, atomically perfect application-specific templates could enable manufacturable nanoscale chips within the decade, according to scientists at the University of Wisconsin's Materials Research Science and Engineering Center (Madison).
Nanolitho effort harnesses self-assembly
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8/5/2003   Post a comment
Nanoscale patterning of silicon substrates with regular, repeatable, atomically perfect application- specific templates could enable manufacturable nanoscale chips within the decade, according to scientists at the University of Wisconsin's Materials Research Science and Engineering Center (Madison).


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