PCB | July 24, 2008
Nanotubes could provide the<br>key to flexible electronics
Researchers have used nets of carbon nanotubes to print electronic circuits on to thin, flexible sheets of plastic, in yet another example of nanotechnology possibilities.
The work is a major step towards the development of ‘plastic electronics’, where circuits on light, flexible surfaces could provide a range of products from paper-thin displays to intelligent food packaging and smart clothing, according to a report on the Discovery Blog. Read the full article at the Discover Blog. This image is not part of the article.