New Organic Transistor by X-ray Probe : Do Well in Hot Water

Recently, the scientists from the National Institute of Standards and Technology (NIST) along with an international research team delineated the possibility of a new class of sterilizable, flexible, organic electronic materials  for medical applications by proving the stability of a novel and rugged thin-film membrane at high temperatures. The work conducted using a low-energy X-ray beam line, at the National Synchrotron Light Source (NSLS) in Brookhaven, N.Y., was supported by an international team led by researchers from the University of Tokyo and [...]

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First Sterilizable Flexible Organic Transistor

A team of researchers from Tokyo, Japan has succeeded in manufacturing a Sterilizable Flexible Organic Transistor on a polymeric film. It is enough robust under high temperature medical sterilization process. Now a days the applications of electronics are increasing day by day in health and medical area as more IT devices are being introduced. The series ageing society with declining birthrate is expecting more from electronics. On these backgrounds electronics has more expectations about organic transistors, which is a soft [...]

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