1 Jan 2014 More

Will Nanotubes Really Replace Silicon Chips?

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Nanotubes could replace silicon chips
It's almost impossible to believe, but then again scientists at Stanford University are often doing the unbelievable. Now, engineers from Stanford University say they have built a computer consisting of nanotubes. Nanotubes run faster than silicon chips, and use less energy. The applications for such nanotube technology are seemingly endless.

Such applications could be extremely useful in handheld or mobile devices. The use of nanotubes instead of silicon chips means devices like smartphones and tablets could operate at faster speeds while increasing battery life.

Come check out this great video clip from Stanford University:

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