A chip made with carbon nanotubes, not silicon, marks a computing milestone

The prototype could give rise to a new generation of faster, more energy-efficient electronics

carbon nanotubes

The sun may be setting on silicon. Now, computer chips made with carbon nanotubes (one pictured) are the up-and-comers.

G. Hills et al/Nature 2019

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