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High-current transistors made from perfectly aligned carbon nanotubes show promise for use in flexible and high-speed nanoelectronics.
Electronics made of a single sheet of carbon could be created much smaller than those made with silicon.
New publications, experiments and breakthroughs in information technology–and what they mean.
Military antennas are the closest application.
Both companies modify transistor materials to make smaller, faster, more energy-efficient processors.
Hewlett-Packard researchers have designed a faster, more energy-efficient chip by packing in more transistors–without shrinking them.
A new method of making ultrathin transistors could pave the way to flexible and wearable electronics.