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Nature volume 407, pages 442444 (28 September 2000) | Download Citation

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Silicon remains the computer chip industry's material of choice. But for simpler circuitry, it could soon have some surprising rivals. David Voss talks to the scientists who are trying to make electronics go organic.

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