NewsTeam demonstrates molecular electronics sensors on a
semiconductor chip

24th January 2022by admin0
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The first molecular electronics chip has been
developed, realizing a 50-year-old goal of integrating single
molecules into circuits to achieve the ultimate scaling limits of
Moore’s Law. Developed by Roswell Biotechnologies and a
multi-disciplinary team of leading academic scientists, the chip
uses single molecules as universal sensor elements in a circuit to
create a programmable biosensor with real-time, single-molecule
sensitivity and unlimited scalability in sensor pixel density. This
innovation, appearing this week in a peer-reviewed article in the
Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences (PNAS), will power
advances in diverse fields that are fundamentally based on
observing molecular interactions, including drug discovery,
diagnostics, DNA sequencing, and proteomics.

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