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A more reliable way to grow magnetic nanoparticles could help create the densest form of computer memory yet. The new technique, developed by researchers at North Carolina State University, makes it possible to arrange magnetic "nanodots"--particles around six nanometers wide--in orderly arrays, making it easier to use them to store bits of information magnetically.

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