Black phosphorus progress

Research conducted by McGill University and Université de Montréal is said to provide further evidence that black phosphorus could be a strong candidate for use in chips of the future.

  • Black phosphorus transistors 'one step closer' say Canadian researchers

    Research conducted by McGill University and Université de Montréal is said to provide further evidence that black phosphorus could be a strong candidate for use in chips of the future.

    The researchers have found that when electrons move in a ...
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  • Terahertz sensor enables detection of hidden objects

    Scientists at the University of Warwick have developed the 'Q-Eye', a sensor that is said to be much faster than competing technologies used to detect and identify hidden objects. The invention senses radiation across the terahertz band of the electromagnetic ... Read More
  • Toshiba develops process technologies

    Toshiba has announced a method of embedding flash memory based on 65nm logic process that uses less power than current mainstream technology, and a single-poly non-volatile memory (NVM) process based on 130nm logic and analogue power. Applying the optimal ... Read More
  • Spinning a yarn when it comes to powering wearable electronics

    Researchers at MIT and the University of British Columbia claim to have found a promising new approach to delivering the short, but intense, bursts of power needed by wearable electronic devices. The trick, they say, is to use yarns made from niobium ... Read More





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