Common lithography technology may lead to desktop nanofabrication

07/22/2013 | Chemical & Engineering News

Modifications in current lithography techniques may lead soon to desktop fabrication of such things as electronics and smartphone components, according to Chad Mirkin, a Northwestern University chemistry professor. Technology such as that used in dot matrix printers, Mirkin says, could be used in place of the very costly tools currently used in the micro- and nanofabrication industry.

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