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Boffins squeeze light into a 6-nanometer spot
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Carbon nanotubes move from black and white to colour imaging

Boffins at the University of California Riverside researchers have built technology that squeezes tungsten lamp light into a 6-nanometer spot at the end of a silver nanowire.

RISC-V processor gets carbon nanotube bells and whistles
Published in PC Hardware

Not as exciting as you might hope

Boffins have used carbon nanotubes to make a general purpose, RISC-V-compliant processor that handles 32-bit instructions and does 16-bit memory addressing.

A look at carbon nanotubes and opto-electronics in chip design
Published in PC Hardware

Process node scaling is becoming very expensive

Carbon nanotubes have long been proposed as a significant substrate replacement to transform the chip design industry as we know it.