Wearable tech and digital fabric may well be the way of the potential, but to get there
the wiring needs to be potent, adaptable and economical.
Boron nitride nanotubes (BNNT), examined by physicists at Michigan Technological University,
encase tellurium atomic chains like a straw, which could be controllable by mild
and force. In collaboration with scientists from Purdue University, Washington
University and University of Texas at Dallas, the group printed their results in
Nature Electronics this 7 days.
As demand for lesser and faster equipment grows, researchers and engineers turn to supplies
with homes that can produce when existing types