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On the Path to New High-Performance Transistors

The electronics industry expects a novel high-performance transistor made of gallium nitride to offer considerable advantages over present-day high-frequency transistors. Yet many fundamental properties...
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Making Waves for Ultrahigh Definition Displays

Flexible ultrahigh resolution displays have benefits for next-generation mobile electronics, such as point-of-care medical diagnostic devices. KAUST has developed a unique transistor architecture that...
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Nanostructured Gate Dielectric Boosts Stability of Organic Thin-Film Transistors

The new structure gives thin-film transistors stability comparable to those made with inorganic materials, allowing them to operate in ambient conditions – even underwater....
Rewritable Wires

Rewritable Wires Could Mean No More Obsolete Circuitry

The Science Updating, rather than replacing, outdated circuits in tiny sensors would reduce cost and waste. The unusual electronic properties of ferroelectric domain walls could...
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IISc Scientists Create Single Device Capable of Dual Transistor Operation

Transistors, the building blocks of modern devices, act like electronic switches controlling the flow of current across circuits. In the last few decades, they...
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Innovative Transistors Based on Magnetically Induced Movement of Ions

Electrochemical devices find application in many technologies, including batteries, capacitors, sensors, and transistors. For such electrochemical devices to operate, they need an electric field...
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‘Negative Capacitance’ Could Bring More Efficient Transistors

Researchers have experimentally demonstrated how to harness a property called negative capacitance for a new type of transistor that could reduce power consumption, validating...
power converter

Device Makes Power Conversion More Efficient

Power electronics, which do things like modify voltages or convert between direct and alternating current, are everywhere. They’re in the power bricks we use...
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Fujitsu Technology Bonds Single-crystal Diamond and SiC at Room Temperature; Enables...

Fujitsu Limited and Fujitsu Laboratories Ltd. today announced development of the world's first technology for bonding single-crystal diamond to a silicon carbide (SiC)(1) substrate...
Transistors

Imec Demonstrates for the First Time Functional Ring Oscillators Based on...

At this week’s 2017 International Electron Devices Meeting (IEDM), imec, the world-leading research and innovation hub in nano-electronics and digital technology, reports on multiple...
transparent devices

Clear Leads to Fully Transparent Devices

See-through electronic devices, such as transparent displays, smart windows and concealed circuits require completely translucent components if users are to digitally interact with their...
nanotransistor

A Nanotransistor Made of Graphene

Graphene ribbons that are only a few atoms wide, so-called graphene nanoribbons, have special electrical properties that make them promising candidates for the nanoelectronics...
Organic conductors

New Method Benchmarks Organic Mixed Conductors

Within the past five years, Northwestern Engineering’s Jonathan Rivnay has noticed a surge in the development of new organic mixed conductors — polymer materials...
carbon nanotubes

Skoltech-Led Team Sheds Light on How Carbon Nanotubes Could Be Used...

A team of Skoltech scientists, in collaboration with researchers from the IBM Watson Research Center, have shed light on the behavior of electrical contacts...
quantum computing

Quantum Computing with Molecules for a Quicker Search of Unsorted Databases

Scrapbooks or social networks are collections of mostly unsorted data. The search for single elements in very large data volumes, i.e. for the needle...
flash memory

New Insights on ‘Captured’ Electrons Could Improve Flash Memory

An entirely new model of the way electrons are briefly trapped and released in tiny electronic devices suggests that a long-accepted, industry-wide view is...
flash memory

Highly Flexible Organic Flash Memory for Foldable and Disposable Electronics

A KAIST team reported ultra-flexible organic flash memory that is bendable down to a radius of 300 μm. The memory exhibits a significantly-long projected...
silicon

Deep-Depletion: A New Concept for MOSFETs

Silicon has provided enormous benefits to the power electronics industry. But performance of silicon-based power electronics is nearing maximum capacity. Enter wide bandgap (WBG) semiconductors....
graphene

Taming “Wild” Electrons in Graphene

Graphene – a one-atom-thick layer of the stuff in pencils – is a better conductor than copper and is very promising for electronic devices,...
graphene

How Graphene Can Transform Brain-Computer Interfaces

Deep brain stimulation to treat the symptoms of motor disorders like Parkinson’s disease, retinal and cochlear implants to help restore sight and sound, and...