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Putting the Squeeze on an Old Material Could Lead to 'Instant On' Electronic Memory

April 16, 2009

illustration showing atomic structure Putting the squeeze on an old material could lead to "instant on" electronic memory. Low-power, high-efficiency electronic memory could be the long-term result of collaborative research led by Cornell. Full Story

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