High-capacity 3D transparent memory a step closer to reality

Rice University researchers led by chemist James Tour have just written a paper in the journal Nature Communications that describes transparent, non-volatile, heat- and radiation-resistant memory chips created in Tour’s lab from silicon oxide sandwiched between electrodes of graphene, the single-atom-thick form of carbon. More than four years ago, they discovered it was possible to make bits of computer memory from silicon and carbon, … Continue reading High-capacity 3D transparent memory a step closer to reality