Scientists have chilled tiny electronics to a record low temperature

For the first time, nanoelectronics have been cooled to below a thousandth of a kelvin

electronic chip

GO COLD  A miniature electronic chip, shown close up in a scanning electron microscope image, has been cooled to a temperature less than a thousandth of a kelvin. 

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