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May 18th, 2003
Nanotube networks to mimic brain
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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