NewsNewly discovered graphene property could impact
next-generation computing

4th February 2021by admin0
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MIT researchers and colleagues have discovered an
important—and unexpected—electronic property of graphene, a
material discovered only about 17 years ago that continues to
surprise scientists with its interesting physics. The work, which
involves structures composed of atomically thin layers of materials
that are also biocompatible, could usher in new, faster
information-processing paradigms. One potential application is in
neuromorphic computing, which aims to replicate the neuronal cells
in the body responsible for everything from behavior to
memories.

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