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UW produces fast and flexible computer chip

Madison, Wis. - New thin-film semiconductor techniques invented by University of Wisconsin-Madison engineers promise to add sensing, computing, and imaging capability to an amazing array of materials.

Historically, the semiconductor industry has relied on flat, two-dimensional chips upon which to grow and etch the thin films of material that becom......

Full article >>> nificant impact. Solar cells, smart cards, radio frequency identification (RFID) tags, medical applications, and active-matrix flat panel displays could all benefit from the development. The techniques could allow flexible semiconductors to be embedded in fabric to create wearable electronics or computer monitors that roll up like a window shade.

"This is potentially a paradigm shift," s......

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Source:wistechnology.com By Jim Beal 07/21/06


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