New Material that Can Store Digital Information and Be Printed onto Various Surfaces Could Revolutionise Printable Electronics

UNSW scientists have developed nanoscale ceramic cubes that can store data and be printed in a transparent solution onto a range of surfaces, providing memory for next-generation printable electronics.

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