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June 6th, 2007
t's been a long standing staple of Science Fiction. You know, the character with the cool shades that have a display right in the lens. A window running Windows on it. Windshield displays in cars too (great, something else to distract bad drivers). It seems once more that science fiction is again becoming science fact.
Researchers at Purdue University and Northwest University have developed a flexible and transparent transistor using a combination of zinc-oxide and indium-oxide nanowires. These invisible and bendable transistors actually preform better than conventional transistors, and can be easily built onto sheets of flexible plastic.
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