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Predicted electronic properties that have made researchers excited about a new material have now been demonstrated experimentally.
New nonsilicon transistors could be integrated into existing chip-making processes.
Kovio’s system for printing inorganic transistors could lead to large-area displays and cheap smart cards.
Photovoltaics made of nanowires could lead to cheaper solar panels.
A new way to grow various semiconductors on silicon could speed up electronics.
New self-assembling conductive polymers are more durable and easier to make.
The new class of materials enabling the world’s best solar cell has a bright future.
Software can predict the best designs for fabricating logic gates from disorganized carbon nanotubes.
Transparent transistors made from nanowires could mean bright and clear OLED displays.
Researchers have found organic molecules that can act as an effective and cheap glue to stick together tiny electronic components.