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Optical image of a graphene device

Electrons in a “viscous flow” surpass conductivity limits and could lead to new types of electronic devices

(l-r) Tamar Yelin, Roy Kazaz, Dr. Oren Tal, Regev Ben-Zvi and Ran Vardimon. Moving through molecules
Dr Oren Tal creates electronic components from single molecules
A First: Scientists Control The Properties of Semiconductor Devices Using Organic Molecules
Weizmann Institute scientists have made an important step towards harnessing organic molecules to future electronics. Reported in...
How 'Micro' Can We Go?
Microelectronics may be a growth industry, but the devices it produces are getting smaller every year. Just how "micro...
Science Without Frontiers: A Light on Tomorrow's Technology

Chemists from widely varied fields are pooling their knowledge to create new kinds of light-based information storage