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Two recent developments—a plastic processor and printed memory—show that computing doesn’t have to rely on inflexible silicon.
A counterintuitive approach could yield smaller, faster, more energy-efficient chips.
Cameras built using flexible electronics could find many uses.
Electronic “bridge” could one day assist paralysis patients.
Graphene devices could make extremely sensitive sensors and superfast electronic switches for consumer electronics.
Researchers make transistors out of a material that’s better than silicon.
A device containing piezoelectric nanowires can now scavenge enough energy to power small electronic devices.
A single graphene transistor that does the job of many conventional ones could lead to compact chips for cell phones.
Chinese photovoltaic giant Suntech looks to electronics to help squeeze more power out of solar arrays.