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A simple way to pattern organic semiconductor material could mean cheap, large, bendable electronics.
New self-assembling conductive polymers are more durable and easier to make.
Small, portable devices could get new stamina thanks to a transistor design that can cut a computer chip’s power consumption in half.
A nine-nanometer device shows that nanotubes could be a viable alternative to silicon as electronics get even tinier.
Researchers develop a new method for making efficient nanotube transistor arrays.
The atom-thick carbon material could have optoelectronic applications.
A new polymer simplifies organic circuits.
Transistors with lipid membranes could make better interfaces for neural prosthetics.
Slicing open carbon nanotubes could lead to much faster electronic components.