Stanford Researchers Develop Ultrathin, Flexible Circuits for Wearables

Stanford ultrathin flexible circuits for wearables
Illustration of transfer process for 2D semiconductor with nanopatterned contacts (left) and photograph of flexible transparent substrate with transferred structures (right). (Image credit: Victoria Chen/Alwin Daus/Pop Lab)
Researchers at Stanford University have invented a manufacturing technique that yields flexible, atomically thin transistors less than 100 nanometers in length – several times smaller than previously possible. The technique […]
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