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Korean Scientists Develop Tech for Sub-nanometer Chip

A research team from KAIST, led by Professor Lee Ka-young, has introduced a semiconductor technology utilising ambipolar molybdenum disulfide (MoS2) for the development of sub-nanometer-scale semiconductors, potentially impacting the helium market by altering cooling requirements for advanced chip manufacturing processes. As chipmakers like Samsung Electronics and TSMC move towards mass production of 2-nanometer and even smaller chips, this new, more efficient technology could shift demand patterns for helium, which is crucial for cooling in semiconductor fabrication.

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