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Nanowires' display of potential

The future of the video display is both flexible and transparent. Finding a material for the attendant electronics that is small-scale, bendy and see-through is a tall order — but a promising candidate is emerging.

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Figure 1: Small, flexible and see-through.

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Klauk, H. Nanowires' display of potential. Nature 451, 533–534 (2008). https://doi.org/10.1038/451533a

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