Ferroelectric memristors may lead to brain-like computers
New hybrid material simplifies organic transistor design
Network expands to 256 times its original size to bridge the micro and macro worlds
Actin cytonauts at play in the cell
A new kind of chemical 'glue'
Over the past three decades, researchers have found various applications of a method for attaching molecules to gold; the approach uses chemicals called thiols to bind the materials together. But while this ...
Researchers develop method to inkjet print highly conductive, bendable layers of graphene
(Phys.org) —Imagine a bendable tablet computer or an electronic newspaper that could fold to fit in a pocket.
Engineers enable 'bulk' silicon to emit visible light for the first time
Electronic computing speeds are brushing up against limits imposed by the laws of physics. Photonic computing, where photons replace comparatively slow electrons in representing information, could surpass ...
Open source 3-D printed robot extends hand to DIY fans (w/ video)
Researchers build most complex synthetic biology circuit yet
Using genes as interchangeable parts, synthetic biologists design cellular circuits that can perform new functions, such as sensing environmental conditions. However, the complexity that can be achieved in ...
'Transient electronics': Biocompatible electronic devices dissolve in body, environment (w/ Video)
Tiny, fully biocompatible electronic devices that are able to dissolve harmlessly into their surroundings after functioning for a precise amount of time have been created by a research team led by biomedical ...
One-molecule-thick material has big advantages: Researchers produce complex circuits from molybdenum disulfide
The discovery of graphene, a material just one atom thick and possessing exceptional strength and other novel properties, started an avalanche of research around its use for everything from electronics to ...
Research group creates bendable electronics that hold up under abuse
Graphene ink created for ink-jet printing of electronic components
Could a computer one day rewire itself? New nanomaterial ‘steers’ current in multiple dimensions
Scientists at Northwestern University have developed a new nanomaterial that can "steer" electrical currents. The development could lead to a computer that can simply reconfigure its internal wiring and become an entirely ...