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Press Release 13-166
NSF-funded research may revolutionize electronics with likely successor to silicon in computer chips

First-ever nanotube computer may mean cheaper, faster and more energy-efficient electronic devices

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Image of  a wafer of carbon nanotube computers.

A wafer of carbon nanotube computers.

Credit: Norbert von der Groeben


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Image of a basic carbon nanotube computer sandwiched beneath a probe card.

A wafer of carbon nanotube computers (CNTs). To the left, a basic CNT computer utilizing this technology is sandwiched beneath a probe card.

Credit: Norbert von Groeben


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