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Transparent transistors on this postage-stamp sized glass have speed characteristics rivaling some forms of silicon transistors. The device, made by collaborators from University of Nebraska-Lincoln and Stanford, used a new process to make this world record-setting organic transistor, paving the way for a new generation of cheap, transparent electronic devices. Credit: Photo credit Jinsong Huang and Yongbo Yuan.

Read: Fast Organic Transistor Heralds New Generation of See-Through Electronics

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