New process for creating flexible chips may open way to flexible devices

03/18/2014 | Plastics & Rubber Weekly (U.K.)

A new process that uses carbon nanotubes to create flexible chips provides comparable reliability to silicon chips, according to this article. The development by researchers at Stanford University may open the door to flexible electronic devices. "This is the first time anyone has designed flexible [carbon nanotube] circuits that have both high immunity to electrical noise and low power consumption," said Zhenan Bao, Stanford professor of chemical engineering.

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