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Using DNA to synthesize and align ultra-thin graphene ribbons could represent a way to manufacture graphene transistors that don’t leak.
Laboratory advances hint at how additive manufacturing technology could change the way some electronic devices are made.
An integrated circuit that adjusts to damage shows a way to make ordinary chips more efficient and reliable.
Loongson is making steady progress toward a viable microprocessor, but its chosen architecture could keep it from supplanting its rivals.
A startup prepares to manufacture electronics that conform to skin, arteries, and organs, allowing new surgical and measuring methods.
A new design shrinks the device connecting solar panels to the grid, cutting installation costs.
Intel teams up with a startup to create a server twice as efficient as those that power websites and apps today.
ArrayPower says its “sequenced inverter” will cut the cost of solar by more than 10 percent.
Racetrack memory could someday supersede flash in terms of density and cost.
The device can conform to the shape of the brain, enabling better recording of electrical activity.