First Carbon Nanotube Computer Unveiled




Scientists at Stanford University have created the first working computer using carbon nanotube transistors. The single atom cylinders are more efficient and smaller than traditional transistors, but making processors out of them has been plagued with problems, not least of which the fact that they’re quite unreliable — often simply operating as wires rather than switches.
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