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Did You Say Flexible Electronics?

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Photo of Cornell University researchers who are developing flexible electronics.

Cornell University researchers (left to right) Eisuke Murotani, George Malliaras, Alex Zakhidov, Christopher Ober, Priscilla Taylor, Hon Hang Fong, Jin Kyun Lee and John De Marco. The Cornell team is working with scientists at the University of Melbourne in Australia to develop "flexible electronics" from organic semiconducting materials.

Credit: Christopher K. Ober, Cornell University (http://people.ccmr.cornell.edu/~cober/)


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Photo of researchers at the University of Melbourne who are developing flexible electronics.

Researchers Andrew Holmes, Georgia McCluskey and Wallace Wong at the University of Melbourne in Australia are working with the Cornell researchers to develop "flexible electronics" from organic semiconducting materials.

Credit: Andrew Holmes, University of Melbourne (http://www.chemistry.unimelb.edu.au/staff/aholmes/research/)


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