Researchers make breakthrough in printed electronics using 2-D nanomaterials
from R&D Magazine
Researchers may have unlocked several new applications in printed electronics, creating fabricated printed transistors consisting entirely of 2-D nanomaterials. Researchers at AMBER in Ireland, created low-cost thin-film transistors from networks of exfoliated dispersions of 2-D materials with graphene contacts. This technology could help develop new applications in a number of ways, including developing food packaging that displays a digital countdown to warn you of spoiling, wine labels that alert you when your white wine is at its optimum temperature, or even a windowpane that shows the day’s forecast.
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