Professor Stephen Chou of Princeton University says he has a way of stamping out chips with a die which could keep Moore’s Law in operation for decades and maybe even beat it.

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“We’re probably 20 years ahead of the curve,” he told BBC News Online.



Nanoimprint lithography, invented in 1994, is a major breakthrough in nanopatterning because it can produce a sub-10nm print size over a large area with a high throughput and low cost — a feat impossible with current, coventional lithography.

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