May 182012
 
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The implications for vastly reduced power consumption and costs are impressive

 
Transistors made of plastic can be controlled with great precision, according to an article in  PNAS by Loïg Kergoat, a researcher at Linköping University in Sweden.

The Organic Electronics Research Group at Linköping University (LiU) in Sweden, led by Professor Magnus Berggren, attracted great attention a year ago when Lars Herlogsson showed in his doctoral thesis that it was possible to construct fully functional field-effect transistors out of plastic.

Kergoat, a post-doc in the same research group, now shows that transistors made of plastic can be controlled with great precision.

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via Science Daily
 

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