August 8, 2012

Dept. of Defense Must Rethink Science R&D

Andrea Widener, Chemical & Engineering News


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David C. Morton and his team at the U.S. Army Research Laboratory faced a $4 million chemistry problem: Develop a glue that could survive the harsh conditions of semiconductor manufacturing—acids, etching, plasmas, and a vacuum—and then peel off like a Post-it note.

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TAGGED: US Military, US Department Of Defense, Research And Development, Science Funding

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