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Monday 22nd February 2016
A silicon sample doped with bismuth atoms (left image) that is just 150 nanometers thick is fitted with a superconducting resonator that includes a capacitor (black, in left image; light gray in center image) and an inductive wire (red line in the left image) that is 5 microns in diameter. The silicon-bismuth sample and resonator were placed in a copper box (right) and subjected to microwaves that were precisely tuned to switch an electron property, carried by the sample's bismuth atoms, on demand. Credit: Patrice Bertet/French Atomic Energy Commission
Wednesday 17th February 2016
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Tuesday 9th February 2016
Company to become worldwide supplier of Peregrine's high-rel RF products
Monday 8th February 2016
Thursday 4th February 2016
Aims to encourage innovative thinking in semiconductor manufacture

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