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May 18th, 2003

Nanotube networks to mimic brain

Abstract:
By drawing on human biology, scientists at NASA Ames Research Center may revolutionize the future of computing. Researchers at the center, located at Moffett Field, have come up with a way to grow minuscule networks of connected carbon nanotubes, similar to a brain's synapses, which could lead to smarter, more reliable computers.

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