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Micro-electrode array

This optical micrograph shows a micro-electrode array below a mixture of single-walled-carbon-nanotubes with liquid crystals.

Credit: Elonore Vissol-Gaudin

With Moore's Law slowing, engineers have been taking a cold hard look at what will keep computing going when it's gone.

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