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    Technology breakthroughs at the 2020 IEEE International Electron Devices Meeting, which this year takes place online.

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    Ferroelectric field-effect transistors could play a key role in the development of data-centric computing hardware.

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    Negative capacitance field-effect transistors have been proposed as a route to low-power electronics, but a lack of fundamental understanding limits progress.

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    Two-dimensional materials could first find widespread commercial application in analogue electronics, rather than as a replacement for silicon in digital devices.

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    Neuromorphic computing might be the answer to AI’s hardware problem.

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    Driverless cars are improving, but is the public ready to accept them?

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    Does smartphone surveillance have a role to play in the fight against the coronavirus pandemic?

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    In a world of mobile devices and electric vehicles, wireless energy delivery is of ever-increasing value.

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    The layered two-dimensional materials known as van der Waals heterostructures offer a versatile platform for the creation of novel devices.

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    5G is our 2020 technology of the year.

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    Technology breakthroughs at the 2019 IEEE International Electron Devices Meeting.

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    Quantum computing requires time and sustained investment to deliver practical applications — a lesson the development of carbon nanotube electronics illustrates.

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    Computer supply chain attacks are a growing concern and approaches that can detect and defend against them are required.

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    The ethical challenges created by a new digital technology need to be considered at the earliest stages of the development process.

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    Compatibility with established complementary metal–oxide–semiconductor (CMOS) processes could be a key factor in the success of an emerging device technology.

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    As electronic devices continue to evolve, the metrology methods required to characterize them also need to evolve.

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    Research in both academia and industry is required to develop new and innovative technologies — though the differing goals of the two arenas can cause conflict.

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    Self-healing materials could deliver a new generation of electronic devices.

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    Electronic waste is a global problem that requires global action.

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    The successful adoption of emerging technologies, such as robotics and artificial intelligence, requires the development of new ethical standards.

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    Edge computing is our 2019 technology of the year.

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    Technology breakthroughs at the 2018 IEEE International Electron Devices Meeting.

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    In pursuit of the spin transistor and alternative memory technologies.

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    As the world of connected devices continues to expand, the need to develop more secure technology becomes increasingly relevant.

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    This year’s International Physics Olympiad — ably assisted by over 1,000 paper transistors — could help inspire the next generation of scientists, engineers and technicians.

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    Transient and ingestible electronic devices could play a valuable role in the development of personalized healthcare.

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    Robert Dennard and 50 years of dynamic random access memory.

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    Technological innovation can require both an understanding of the past and a clear vision for the future — as the development of memristive devices illustrates.

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    As deep neural networks continue to improve and grow, innovations in hardware will be required in order to meet the increasing computational demands.

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    Researchers in the field of carbon nanotube electronics continue to explore the potential of both high-performance and thin-film transistors.

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    Advances in flexible electronics and soft robotics are yielding wireless devices and untethered machines of increasing sophistication.

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    A new journal for a new era of electronics.