Lithography

04.25.14
The world's smallest magazine cover is 2,000 times smaller than a grain of salt
04.25.14

The world's smallest magazine cover is 2,000 times smaller than a grain of salt

No, National Geographic Kids didn't forget to buy colored ink -- that's a blown-up view of the sma...

By J. Fingas,   04.25.14
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10.25.13
Scientists show how to make an integrated circuit using only graphene
10.25.13

Scientists show how to make an integrated circuit using only graphene

IBM built an integrated circuit using graphene back in 2011, but it wasn't a complete breakthrough...

By J. Fingas,   10.25.13
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08.27.12
Acronym-loving Samsung joins Intel and TSMC, buys stake in ASML
08.27.12

Acronym-loving Samsung joins Intel and TSMC, buys stake in ASML

Samsung's round of cash-flashing continues with a $629 million purchase of a three-percent stake i...

By D. Cooper,   08.27.12
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02.03.10
Intel swings 25nm factory doors open for a tour de fab
02.03.10

Intel swings 25nm factory doors open for a tour de fab

Intel and Micron's recent announcement that their collective superhero body, appropriately named I...

By Vlad Savov,   02.03.10
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05.03.09
Researchers develop technique to unscramble light for a much sharper picture
05.03.09

Researchers develop technique to unscramble light for a much sharper picture

Trying to circumvent the need to choose between getting a wide-angle shot and zooming in for details...

By R. Miller,   05.03.09
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12.31.07
Researchers using nano-imprint lithography to make LEDs brighter
12.31.07

Researchers using nano-imprint lithography to make LEDs brighter

Considering that there are quite a few nations out there aiming to ditch incandescent bulbs in the n...

By D. Murph,   12.31.07
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