Researching the way to smaller and lighter-weight electronics.
Silicon is a good semiconducting material because it’s abundant and cost-effective. Yet researchers have been looking for alternative materials that can perform even better for high-performance electronics. Researchers at MIT think they can identify some of those alternatives with a new technique for fabricating ultra-thin semiconducting films comprised of exotic materials other than silicon.
Look to Associated Environmental Systems for efficient ways to test new semiconductor materials.View the original article at Design News