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This month’s issue features wirelessly powered insect-scale robots, textile-integrated metamaterials, and rollable image sensors, as well as a look at the future of circuits based on 2D materials.

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  • Transistor based on a two-dimensional material

    Two-dimensional materials offer a range of electronic properties — from conducting to semiconducting to insulating — and could be used to create scaled transistors and advanced integrated circuits. Here, in a series of articles, we explore the potential role of two-dimensional materials in the future of electronic circuits.

  • Computer chip wafers

    Taiwan is home to some of the world’s largest semiconductor companies, who design and manufacture the integrated circuits that underpin a range of technologies. Here, in a series of articles, we explore how Taiwan became a leading player in the global electronics industry.

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Neuromorphic computing

Neuromorphic computing

The rise of machine learning and artificial intelligence is asking questions about what is the best way to build a computer, and approaches that derive inspiration from the brain could provide an answer. Here, in a series of articles, we explore what such neuromorphic computing can do.
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