Advance Made in Transparent Electronics

The possibilities include electronic devices produced so cheaply they could almost be one-time “throw away” products, better large-area electronics such as flat panel screens, or flexible electronics that could be folded up for ease of transport.

(December 29, 2004) Gaithersburg, Md.&#8212A low-power, magnetic sensor about the size of a grain of rice that can detect magnetic field changes as small as 50 picoteslas &#8212 a million times weaker than the Earth’s magnetic field &#8212 has been demonstrated by researchers at the National Institute of Standards and Technology (NIST).

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