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Old 25th August, 2006, 05:08 PM
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Swiss scientists hope to muscle in on video display market

"Researchers have developed a video-display technology that can produce an unlimited range of colours by flexing tiny artificial 'muscles' that generate different shades by expanding and contracting in response to electricity."

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