In the UK, the electronics sector currently employs about 250,000 people, working in around 11,000 companies, and generates over £23 billion of revenue for the UK. Nano-electronic devices can be found in almost every piece of electrical hardware in everyday use, such as computers, mobile phones, cars, domestic appliances, etc. This has been the case for about the last two decades now and in some leading-edge cases, for a much longer period of time.

 

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