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Kovio’s system for printing inorganic transistors could lead to large-area displays and cheap smart cards.
Software can predict the best designs for fabricating logic gates from disorganized carbon nanotubes.
Using DNA to synthesize and align ultra-thin graphene ribbons could represent a way to manufacture graphene transistors that don’t leak.
A new method for creating the copper wiring in chips promises better computer performance—for a few years, at least.
Nanotube circuits that combine speed and low power might drive flexible displays.
Electronics that break down in the body could be useful in temporary medical implants and drug delivery.
Biodegradable circuits could enable better neural interfaces and LED tattoos.
A new way to mass-produce flexible OLED displays could mean affordable commercial products.
IBM researchers have improved transistors made from single-atom-thick sheets of carbon.