Researchers build carbon-nanotube computer

09/26/2013 | CNET · New York Times (tiered subscription model), The

Researchers at Stanford University have created a computer that utilizes carbon nanotubes instead of silicon chips. Carbon nanotubes can "take us at least an order of magnitude in performance beyond where you can project silicon could take us," said H.S. Philip Wong, a member of the Stanford team whose efforts are detailed in a report in the journal Nature.

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