Biodegradable computer chips made almost entirely from wood

One of the CNF computer chips As electronic devices are becoming outdated at an increasingly fast pace, e-waste continues to be a huge problem. That's why scientists from the University of Wisconsin-Madison have started producing "wooden" semiconductor chips that could almost entirely biodegrade once left in a landfill. As an added bonus, the chips are also flexible, making them prime candidates for use in flexible electronics. .. Continue Reading Biodegradable computer chips made almost entirely from wood Section: Electronics Tags: Related Articles: