Build first, theorize later.
A radio signal tells the components to vaporize.
Spider silk may inspire better semiconductors
A circuit by any other name would smell as sweet
The dead shall shine again
Pencil shavings make for cheap circuits
One day, bacteria like this could go into biological-silicon circuits.
"Transient electronics" could deliver drugs, monitor buildings and more. Could they be an eco-friendly solution for obsolescent tech?
A sound-activated device that gives you more freedom than any store-bought clapper could wish for
A new biologic logic gate based on proteins can perform binary calculations, serving as the first “cellular calculator,” researchers say....
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