Printed CNT transistor circuits may lead to cheaper OLED displays
New 3-D transistors promising future chips, lighter laptops
(PhysOrg.com) -- Researchers from Purdue and Harvard universities have created a new type of transistor made from a material that could replace silicon and have a 3-D structure instead of conventional flat computer chips.
Uh-oh, Intel. Globalfoundries to fast-forward into 14nm
Development of graphene transistor with new operating principle
AIST researchers have developed a graphene transistor with a new operating principle. In the developed transistor, two electrodes and two top gates are placed on graphene and graphene between the top gates ...
High performance semiconductor spray paint could be a game changer for organic electronics
Researchers at Wake Forest University's Organic Electronics group have come up with a novel solution to one of the biggest technological barriers facing the organic semiconductor industry today. Oana Jurchescu, an assistant ...
Nanoscientists suggest use of vacuums to overcome limits of conventional silicon-based semiconductor electronics
With the advent of semiconductor transistorsinvented in 1947 as a replacement for bulky and inefficient vacuum tubeshas come the consistent demand for faster, more energy-efficient technologies. To fill this need, ...
Making electric energy efficient at bargain prices
(Phys.org) —So long, kilowatt-hours lost. Hello, energy found.
Intel offers look at Core M processor using Broadwell config
Nano-thermometer enables first atomic-scale heat transfer measurements
In findings that could help overcome a major technological hurdle in the road toward smaller and more powerful electronics, an international research team involving University of Michigan engineering researchers, ...
The first chemical circuit developed
Klas Tybrandt, doctoral student in organic electronics at Linkoping University, Sweden, has developed an integrated chemical chip. The results have just been published in Nature Communications.
New advance could lead to even smaller features in the constant quest for more compact, faster microchips
The microchip revolution has seen a steady shrinking of features on silicon chips, packing in more transistors and wires to boost chips speed and data capacity. But in recent years, the technologies behind these chips ...
Taking transistors into a new dimension
A new breakthrough could push the limits of the miniaturization of electronic components further than previously thought possible. A team at the Laboratoire d'Analyse et d'Architecture des Systèmes (LAAS) ...