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Discovery May Lead to Significantly More Efficient Method of Data Storage

April 6, 2012

Alexei Gruverman and Haidong Lu A team led by University of Nebraska-Lincoln physicist Alexei Gruverman in collaboration with researchers in Spain and at the University of Wisconsin has discovered a significantly more efficient method of data storage that offers great promise for the future of technology. Full Story

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