Researchers advance nanoscale flash memory - Can be manufactured on current semiconductor equipment

11/21/2014 - 00:00

  By <a href="">Chris Mellor</a> | <a href="">@Chris_Mellor</a> -<br><br>If the number of electrons on flash storage is getting too few for reliability then use molecules for bit storage instead, and that's exactly what Glasgow uni boffins have gone and done it.<br><br>Smarty-pants at the university Schools of Chemistry and Engineering, working with Rovira i Virgili University, Spain, have created clusters of poly-oxometalate (POM) metal-oxide molecules to store binary values.<br><br><a href="">READ MORE ON THE REGISTER</a><br><br>Ref: Design and fabrication of memory devices based on nanoscale polyoxometalate clusters | Nature (2014)           DOI: <a href="">10.1038/nature13951</a>