Proteins, nanoparticles yield a new kind of memory device

10/2/2013 | Chemical & Engineering News

Biological scaffolding in the form of protein-arranged nanoparticles has been demonstrated as a working flash-memory device, offering the advantages of more complex, multilayered electronic devices, writes Kate Greene. The work by researchers in Japan and Taiwan may also provide a less costly, biological way of working with nanoparticles to achieve smaller, more efficient devices.

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