Nanogold doesn’t glitter, but its future looks bright

Kiely, a professor of materials science and engineering, explores the properties of “nanogold,” or gold particles so tiny &#8212 containing only hundreds or even tens of atoms &#8212 that they must be measured in nanometers.

(May 3, 2004) Contributed by Jody Mahaffey, JDM Resources.
If you’ve been reading the trade-press these past couple months, you may think that MEMS are one of the hottest topics in the industry today. It’s been reported by varying sources that MEMS revenues are forecast to increase at a compound annual growth rate of 15-20 percent over the next few years, while units shipped are forecast to grow at a compound annual growth rate of 25-30 percent.


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