Any device resulting from their work would be a "write-once, read-many" format and could perhaps be used to store films or music.Link (via /.)
The researchers speculate that very dense memory blocks could be created by stacking the thin layers of the material on top of each other.
They team estimates that working devices could be up to 10 times more dense than current hard disks.
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