Interview: Aluminum and Copper Microchips

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(Steve Delaney) Industrial obsolescence on the the leading edge of technology is one of the factors behind the job losses at IBM earlier this week. In the world of computer chip-making, aluminum is out and copper is in. Here to explain the difference is Craig Damon, who teaches computer science at the University of Vermont. (To hear the interview, click on the “Listen” icon above.)

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