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The new class of materials enabling the world’s best solar cell has a bright future.
Graphene, praised for its electrical properties, has been proven the strongest known material.
Researchers have found organic molecules that can act as an effective and cheap glue to stick together tiny electronic components.
Chips that let errors happen, then correct them, use less power overall.
The appearance of indium gallium zinc oxide transistors in iPads shows that the display industry is poised to begin churning out a new breed of high-performance screens.
IBM shows that graphene transistors could one day replace silicon.
High-current transistors made from perfectly aligned carbon nanotubes show promise for use in flexible and high-speed nanoelectronics.
Researchers make transistors out of a material that’s better than silicon.
The computer chip has evolved from a simple integrated circuit to a microprocessor with millions of transistors.
A one-step method sorts and aligns carbon nanotubes for use in electronics.