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1 Author(s)
Paul Frenger ; A Working Hypothesis, Inc., Houston, TX, USA

Organic semiconductor technology has advanced rapidly in the last 15 years. Organics are more environmentally-friendly than silicon. This paper reviews the history of organic semiconductors, then discusses the author's research into circuits made with squid ink and with other edible common materials.

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Green Technologies Conference, 2012 IEEE

Date of Conference:

19-20 April 2012