An Early Look at the Carbon Nanotube Computer Your Kids Will Use
BY ADARIO STRANGE31 MINUTES AGO
The world of computing was treated to a rare breakthrough in nanotechnologyon Wednesday. Researchers from Stanford University announced the creation of the first-ever working carbon nanotube computer.
The findings were published in this week’s edition of the scientific journalNature. Led by professors Subhasish Mitra and H.S. Philip Wong, researchers behind the project call it “CEDRIC,” a loosely derived acronym that stands for carbon nanotube digital integrated circuit.
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