Tuesday, August 16, 2005
Branched nanotubes offer the promise of transistors 100 times smaller than existing transistors.
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Work underway at UC San Diego and Clemson Univ. have yielded "Y-shaped" nanotubes which possess natural transistor-like properties.
This technology could truly revolutionize the electronics industries.
Like a phoenix rising from the ashes, burnt carbon appears to be generating the building blocks of a new future.
[via New Scientist]