Dec 07, 2019

Moore’s Law and Moving Beyond Silicon: The Rise of Diamond Technology | WIRED

My “aha” moment occurred in 2004 when, as a junior at the University of Illinois at Chicago, double majoring in physics and engineering, a research paper seized my interest. It was about the role that diamond could play as an electronics material — vastly uncharted territory at the time. I recognized then that diamond technology…

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