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Graphene ‘Nano-Origami’ Creates Tiniest Microchips Yet by University of Sussex

By creating kinks in the structure of graphene, researchers at the University of Sussex have made the nanomaterial behave like a transistor, and have shown that when a strip of graphene is crinkled in this way, it can behave like a microchip, which is around 100 times smaller than conventional microchips.
https://phys.org/news/2021-02-graphene-nano-origami-tiniest-microchips.html

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