Innovations in Transistors, Organic Semiconductors, and Hyperspectral Imaging

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This issue of Microelectronics TOE covers recent developments in transistors, organic semiconductors, and hyperspectral imaging. Innovations profiled include single-molecule silicon circuitry by the University of Barcelona (Spain) and the Curtin University (Australia), 3D Poly-Si thin film transistors by National Nano Device Laboratories, doping of an organic crystal by the National Institutes of Natural Sciences, virtual hyperspectral imaging for determining plant health by the Purdue University, and hyperspectral imaging systems by Corning Inc.The Microelectronics TechVision Opportunity Engine (TOE) captures global electronics-related innovations and developments on a weekly basis. Developments are centred on

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Innovations in Transistors, Organic Semiconductors, and Hyperspectral ImagingRecent Developments in Transistors, Organic Semiconductors, and Hyperspectral ImagingSingle-molecule Silicon Circuitry3D Poly-silicon Thin Film Transistors Doping of an Organic CrystalVirtual Hyperspectral Imaging for Determining Plant HealthHyperspectral Imaging SystemsIndustry Contacts




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