April 28, 2016

One of These Words Seems Out of Place

Optically. Transparent. Wood.


But wait...there's more.

This actually isn't the first time we've seen wood turned into a transparent material, as nanofibrillated cellulose has been used to create items such as the substrate for wood-based computer chips. According to KTH, however, the new process should be particularly well-suited to large-scale applications and mass production.


...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

"Also enforces obsolescence when they rot."

See? When words are used incorrectly, there is mischief affoot.

"PIXY!! My computer has termites!"

Posted by: The Brickmuppet at 07:56 PM | Comments (2) | Add Comment
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1 Can't see the forest, or the trees.  Someone made them all optically transparent!

Posted by: Siergen at Fri Apr 29 15:47:27 2016 (De/yN)

2 Not only do you get Magic Smoke out of them, but actual flames....

Posted by: Mauser at Fri Apr 29 23:18:46 2016 (5Ktpu)

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