Atom-thick integrated circuits

A technique using liquid metals to create atoms-thick integrated circuits could lead to the next big advance for electronics, say researchers at RMIT University, Melbourne.

  • Liquid metal nano-printing for atom-thick ICs

    A technique using liquid metals to create atoms-thick integrated circuits could lead to the next big advance for electronics, say researchers at RMIT University, Melbourne.

    The team, working with the CSIRO, Monash University, North Carolina State ...
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  • 'Lossless' metamaterial could boost efficiency of lasers

    Engineers at the University of California San Diego have developed a material that could reduce signal losses in plasmonic metamaterials. According to the researchers, the advance has the potential to boost the efficiency of various light-based technologies ... Read More
  • Joint Declaration calls for ‘ambitious EU industrial strategy’

    The European Semiconductor Industry Association (ESIA) is one of 92 similar bodies who have issued a call for the EU to adopt an ‘ambitious strategy’ in order to restore industry’s fortunes.

    According to ESIA, European electronics is ranked as the ...
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  • Technique to measure 2D material stacks

    A technique to measure the electronic structure of stacks of 2D atomically thin, highly conductive, and strong materials has been developed by University of Warwick researchers.

    “It is exciting to see, for the first time, how interactions between ...
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