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Nanoelectronics Modeled On Etch-A-Sketch Toy

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Nanoelectronics Modeled On Etch-A-Sketch Toy

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Nanoelectronics Modeled On Etch-A-Sketch Toy

Nanoelectronics Modeled On Etch-A-Sketch Toy

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Researchers reporting in the journal Science have created tiny nanowires and transistors at a scale much smaller than today's silicon-based versions. Even better, these tiny electrical components can be erased and rewritten. Author Jeremy Levy explains the technique.