DNA and Graphene Transistors

- September 9th, 2013

R&D Mag recently reported that scientists are considering making computer chips using DNA based on graphene. In order to build more powerful computer chips, researchers at Stanford University have come to the conclusion that they need material that will enable them to build a smaller transistor that uses less power.

R&D Mag recently reported that scientists are considering making computer chips using DNA based on graphene. In order to build more powerful computer chips, researchers at Stanford University have come to the conclusion that they need material that will enable them to build a smaller transistor that uses less power.

According to R&D Mag:

Graphene has the physical and electrical properties to become a next-generation semiconductor material—if researchers can figure out how to mass-produce it.

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