Unlocking the potential of nanotechnology

Martin Courtney
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Martin Courtney looks at the different approaches scientists are taking to harness the power of nanotechnology

Scientists at IBM’s labs in Zurich are experimenting with nano-scale optical communications. Pic credit: IBM Zurich Nothing is ever simple in IT, and nanotechnology is no different. For a start, ...

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