Using atomic slices of graphene, IBM researchers claim to have successfully designed high-speed circuits that would greatly improve processors. Grapehene is made up of atomic lattices of carbon atoms that are very inexpensive to create. While the technology can’t immediately replace today’s transistors, graphene is receiving worldwide interest as a substitute for many materials. Read the full article at NYTimes.com
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