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Current Faculties > Faculty of Engineering and Physical Sciences > School of Electronics and Computer Science > Electronics & Computer Science (pre 2011 reorg) > Nano-Scale Integration Group (pre 2011 reorg)
School of Electronics and Computer Science > Electronics & Computer Science (pre 2011 reorg) > Nano-Scale Integration Group (pre 2011 reorg)" and Year is 2007

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Type: Article | 2007

A novel method for nanoprecision alignment in wafer bonding applications - Liudi Jiang, G. Pandraud, P.J. French, S.M. Spearing and M. Kraft
Type: Article | 2007 | Item not available on this server.

Nonlinear shift of spatial solitons at a graded dielectric interface - Marco Peccianti, Gaetano Assanto, Andriy Dyadyusha and Malgosia Kaczmarek
Type: Article | 2007 | Item not available on this server.

Self-assembly of vesicle nanoarrays on Si: a potential new route to high-density functional protein arrays - C.S. Ramanujan, K. Sumitomo, M.R.R. de Planque, H. Hibino, K. Torimitsu and J.F. Ryan
Type: Article | 2007 | Item not available on this server.

Beta-sheet structured beta-amyloid(1-40) perturbs phosphatidylcholine model membranes - M.R.R. de Planque, V. Raussens, S. Antoranz Contera, D.T.S. Rijkers, R.M.J. Liskamp, J-M. Ruysschaert, J.F. Ryan, F. Separovic and A. Watts
Type: Article | 2007 | Item not available on this server.

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