How a Single Circuit Component Mimics Neurons in the Brain
Engineers score a major advance in neuromorphic computing.
New Chemical Assembly Process Opens Door to Atomically Thin Electronics
Graphene takes on Moore's Law.
Engineers Combine Biological Energy-Harvesting with Electronic Circuits
The future promises bomb-sniffing dogs on a chip and so much more.
Your Future Smartphone Camera Could See Through Your Skin
'HyperCam' uses infrared as well as visible light to see under surfaces.
The First Graphene Light Bulb Is Also the 'World's Thinnest' Light Bulb
It's not super-practical (yet), but graphene is now also a light source.
Coating Wires in Graphene Offers a Way Beyond the 'Copper Bottleneck'
A simple coating allows for much smaller, much faster data transmission.
Wood-Based Computer Chips Could Make Electronics Biodegradable
A new cellulose-based material offers hope for e-waste.
The Future of Computer Memory Is in a Vortex
Magnetic vortices offer a new take on spintronics.