June 7, 2009
Electronic Memory Chips That Can Bend And Twist
A potential solution for a brain chip?
A flexible memory switch that
operates on less than 10 volts,
maintains its memory when power is
lost, and still functions after
being flexed more than 4,000 times
has been developed by National
Institute of Standards and
Technology (NIST) researhers. (NIST)
The switch can be built out of
inexpensive, readily available
materials and it...
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Labels: Brain to Machine Interfacing