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Novel Nanotubes Created By University Scientists Could Lower Energy Costs

Scientists at Cambridge University’s Department of Engineering have successfully grown CNTs on semiconductors at a below average temperature of 350 degrees. Growing CNTs at a lower temperature pave the way for the material to be integrated into microchips that would consume less power than those available today. Potential business applications for these energy efficient microchips include mobile devices and data centers for businesses.

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