Moore’s Law at the Atomic Scale? – Yep it works

Chip manufacturers have managed to shrink their products regularly for decades and so doubled the circuitry on silicon wafers roughly every two years. Moore’s law describes this long-term trend, so named because Intel co-founder Gordon E. Moore,  described it in his 1965 paper, “Cramming more components onto integrated circuits” (If curious, click here to download … Read more

Moores law just keeps rolling on … Graphene is the new platform

Moores law is not an actual law, it is instead the well known observation, made by Intel co-founder Gordon E. Moore in 1965, that the number of transistors that can be placed inexpensively on an integrated circuit will double approximately every two years. In fact, when he first made this observation, he was simply predicting … Read more