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The device processes only small amounts of data, but at a very low cost.
Two recent developments—a plastic processor and printed memory—show that computing doesn’t have to rely on inflexible silicon.
Flexible sensors could give prosthetics and robots a more sensitive sense of touch.
A startup’s printing equipment could make high-performance OLED televisions cheaper.
A new type of flash could be used in e-readers.
Electronics that break down in the body could be useful in temporary medical implants and drug delivery.
Company will sell materials for making organic electronics using silicon manufacturing infrastructure.
Organic x-ray panels could bring down the cost of medical imaging.
Molecules that form an ordered layer could lead to low-cost, bendable plastic electronics.