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The University of Virginia's "Virtual Science Lab" uses leading-edge visualization software to depict science and technology affecting our daily lives. This software allows us to climb inside objects, to see fields and forces, or to zoom in on things as tiny as atoms or electrons.

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An Undergraduate Microelectronics Lab An Integrated Circuit Factory and its Tools High School Electricity and Magnetism Experiments Information on the UVA Virtual Lab Project Electrical Circuits and Components How SEMs, STMs, AFMs and MBE Work Semiconductors, Transistors, Integrated Circuits Nanoelectronics: QCAs Electronics: CD/DVDs