Power Your Devices With Proteins Found In The Human Body

Power Your Devices With Proteins Found In The Human Body
Innovation

Protein-based transistors are created from organic materials inside us and could be used to create electric circuits.

Emma Hutchings
  • 9 march 2012

Researchers from Tel Aviv university have created transistors (semi-conductors used to power electronic devices) from proteins found in the human body, which could be used for next generation technology that is flexible and biodegradable.

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