Progress is being made with organic processors

10/6/2011 | ChipDesignMag.com

While organic semiconductors may not operate as fast as silicon-based chips, they offer a wider variety of applications, as organic processors can be printed on cardboard, plastic and other materials, John Blyler writes. He takes note of the advance reported by European researchers, a functional 8-bit microprocessor fabricated with organic thin-film transistors embedded in flexible plastic foil.

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