Stanford researchers move one step closer to a post-silicon world

09/26/2013 | TG Daily

Engineers at Stanford University have constructed a computer built using transistors made of carbon nanotubes instead of silicon after working out kinks that for years have kept similar projects from succeeding. "People have been talking about a new era of carbon nanotube electronics moving beyond silicon," said Subhasish Mitra, one of two researchers who led the project. "But there have been few demonstrations of complete digital systems using this exciting technology. Here is the proof."

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