It's easy to misposition carbon nanotubes and their metallic nature creates difficulties. "You just have to keep chipping away at it," said Shulaker, who grew the devices in a Stanford nano lab and showed results to ISSCC attendees (below).
My rationale is I am helping any EE who could not be at ISSCC (one of the leading chip design conferences in the world) a chance to see and learn a bit about some of what went on there, including a look at some of the foils presented.
But I understand it may not be everyone's cup of tea.
If there's something specific you would like in event coverage or coverage of any sort, please let me know.
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