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World’s Smallest Chip is Invisible to the Naked Eye

Have you heard of Moore’s law? It’s a prediction that has held true since 1975 when Gordon Moore predicted that the number of transistors on microchips would double every two years as technology advances. This empirical relationship has guided the ...
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Using WiFi Signals to Power Electronics

In today’s tech-focused world, it seems like it was ages ago that people had to write letters and wait weeks for a reply to stay in touch. In the not-so-distant future, though, it may seem just as old-fashioned to rely ...
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A 3D rendering of the first fully recyclable, printed transistor.

Recyclable Printed Electronics: The Answer to E-Waste?

Unless you’ve been living under a rock, you’ve probably noticed that electronics are taking over the world. With more and more people adopting electronic devices into their lifestyle around the globe, though, there’s a staggering number of discarded devices every ...
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