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Connecting the two could make it possible to perform complex calculations that are far beyond the power of conventional computers.
The first continuous monitoring system for glaucoma hits the European market.
A microfluidics device connects artificial skin and lymph node.
Researchers have made ultrathin refrigerators for microprocessors.
The first hybrid memristor-transistor chip could be cheaper and more energy efficient.
Audience, a California-based startup, has made a noise-canceling chip for cell phones that could also improve voice-recognition systems.
A portable array of lasers could be used to monitor pollution and detect toxins.
Software that finds and fixes hardware bugs could get chips to market faster and make them more secure.
Superdense arrays of electrodes will bring scientists closer to an artificial retina that approximates normal vision.