Nanopatterning, IBM research

Nanopatterning, IBM research

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Caption: Nanopatterning, IBM research. IBM scientist Urs Duerig with the nanopatterning tool developed by him and his colleagues at IBM Research-Zurich, Switzerland. This nanoscale technique can create patterns and structures as small as 15 nanometres in size. Potential applications include nano-sized electronics and objects, ranging from microchips to opto-electronics to uses in medicine and life sciences. Photographed in March 2010.

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