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3D nanostructures mean low cost
Scientists at North Carolina State University (NCSU) said they created a new lithography technique that uses nanoscale spjeres to create 3D structures.
The structures will be of use in electronics, biomedics, and photonics, the researchers said.
Dr Chih-Hao Chang, a professor of mechanical and aerospace engineering at NCSU claimed the approach will reduce the cost of nanolithography “to the point where it could be done in your garage”.
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