Noah J Nelson on Friday, Sep. 13th
Stanford researcher Zhenan Bao and her team have come up with a way to grow transitors material using graphene and DNA. Here's Kurzweil AI quoting one of the co-authors of the report, Anatoliy Sokolovco:
“We demonstrated for the first time that you can use DNA to grow narrow ribbons and then make working transistors,” Sokolov said.
First we vat-grow beef, now we're growing computer brains in the lab. Excuse me while I get my bearings from all this future shock.
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