silicon chips


New research could pave the way for advanced, multifunctional computer chips

New research by a team from Oak Ridge Laboratory (ORNL) shows that certain complex materials are capable of self-organizing themselves into electrical circuits, at micro- and nanoscales. The breakthrough, the scientists believe, could usher in a new generation of microprocessors that are significantly more efficient than currently available silicon-based computer chips. Recently published in the…

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