Researchers claim to have discovered cheap, flexible way to develop plastic semiconductors

Nicholas Fearn
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Canadian scientists claim to have found a way to mass produce plastic semiconductors

A team of scientists based in Canada has discovered what it claims to be a groundbreaking way to develop sustainable, plastic semiconductors. The chemists, from the University of Waterloo, belie...

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