3-D self-assembling structures could lead to new microchips, other devices (w/ Video)

Researchers at Massachusetts Institute of Technology have found a new way of making complex 3D structures using self-assembling polymer materials that form tiny wires and junctions. The work has the potential to usher in a new generation of microchips and other devices made up of submicroscopic features.

3-D self-assembling structures could lead to new microchips, other devices (w/ Video)

Researchers at MIT have found a new way of making complex three-dimensional structures using self-assembling polymer materials that form tiny wires and junctions. The work has the potential ...

Fri 8 Jun 12 from Phys.org

3D Structures Open Door to New Microchips, Thu 7 Jun 12 from Laboratory Equipment

MIT creates self-assembling 3D nanostructures, could be the future of computer chips

While self-assembling structures have been made from polymers before, this is the first time that multi-layer, configurable layouts have been created, opening up the path to self-assembled computer ...

Fri 8 Jun 12 from Extremetech

Self-assembly polymers conjure 3D structures

Wed 6 Jun 12 from Ubergizmo

Researchers Develop New Technique to Build Complex 3D Nanostructures

By Gary Thomas A research team comprising Caroline Ross and colleagues from the Massachusetts Institute of Technology (MIT) has developed a technique to build intricate three-dimensional (3D)...

Fri 8 Jun 12 from AZoNano

Teaching self-assembling structures a new trick

Researchers at Massachusetts Institute of Technology have found a new way of making complex 3D structures using self-assembling polymer materials that form tiny wires and junctions. The work ...

Fri 8 Jun 12 from R&D Mag

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