Groundbreaking Method Creates Better and Cheaper Nanochips
A team of researchers supported by the EU-funded project SWING have now achieved another breakthrough in nanoscale technology. They’ve invented a new way to fabricate atom-thin processors on 2D semiconductors. Their discovery could radically affect semiconductor research using 2D materials and bring about profound changes in the field of nanoscale chip production. The team led by New York University Tandon School of Engineering Professor of Chemical and Biomolecular Engineering Elisa Riedo discuss their results in a paper published in the journal ‘Nature Electronics’.