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Researchers from The University of Texas at Dallas and the University of Tokyo have created a biologically adaptive, flexible device that becomes soft when implanted inside the human body...
Research teams from a pair of US universities have joined forces to develop the world’s fastest thin-film organic transistors, demonstrating that this type of experimental semiconductor technology could become the foundation for low-cost electronic devices.
Researchers have successfully taking a first step towards building biodegradable display screens for electronic devices.
In the quest to develop flexible plastic electronics, one of the stumbling blocks has been creating transistors with enough stability for them to function in a variety of environments while still maintaining the current needed to power the devices.
Out of sight is not out of mind for a group of Hong Kong researchers who have demonstrated that burying a layer of silver nanoparticles improves the performance of their organic electronic devices without requiring complex processing.
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