Stanford Researchers Develop Flexible, Biodegradable Semiconductor

bio semiconductor

The key to this new semiconductor is a polymer that degrades into harmless organic molecules. It won’t just fall apart while you’re using it, though.

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Researchers create smallest gaps ever in nanostructures using graphene

Graphene nanogaps
Structures with these atomic-sized gaps could be used to detect single molecules associated with certain diseases, and could be key to developing smaller and faster electronics than ever before.

The original article can be found here: http://www.extremetech.com/computing/204194-researchers-create-smallest-gaps-ever-in-nanostructures-using-graphene

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