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Georgia Institute of Technology Research News
Caption: Georgia Tech School of Electrical and Computer Engineering professor Manos Tentzeris (left) and Ph.D. candidate Rushi Vyas work with an inkjet system that can print components, circuits and antennas using in novel "inks" that contain silver nanoparticles.
Credit: Georgia Tech Photo: Gary Meek
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