MRS meeting specs the future

by Ed Korczynski, Senior Technical Editor

The Materials Research Society’s (MRS) spring meeting in San Francisco last week informed a record number of attendees on near- and far-term possibilities for process technology, showcasing research results in electronic materials development: CMOS high-k gate dielectrics, nano-imprint lithography, organic semiconductors, quantum dots, and nano-tubes — and wilder technologies like neuro-prosthetic interfaces and designs based on structures created by Mother Nature.


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