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Episode 190: A better way to build small

Developing a new method to build tiny devices for medicine and electronics.

AZSCI 190 Nano New University of Arizona research could help industry reduce manufacturing costs for material structures in nano-scale.

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A better way to build small

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Episode 190: University of Arizona Chemical and Environmental Engineering professor Anthony Muscat

University of Arizona Chemical and Environmental Engineering professor Anthony Muscat is investigating how to build material structures in nano-scale. His research could help the semiconductor industry reduce manufacturing costs by developing self-assembling components for computers, cell phone chips, and microscopic medical devices.

Anthony Muscat spoke with Leslie Tolbert, PhD, Regents Professor Emerita in Neuroscience at the University of Arizona.

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