Scientists Build First Nanotube Computer

Published on September 25, 2013
by Robert Lee Hotz

In an advance toward a future of smaller, faster and more powerful electronics, researchers at Stanford University on Wednesday unveiled the first working computer built entirely from carbon nanotube transistors.

These seamless cylinders of ultra-pure carbon are among many exotic materials researchers are investigating — including the quantum particles inside every atom and the DNA inside every cell — as electronics developers near the limits of conventional silicon transistors.

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