2011

Nanotransistor Boosts Sensitivity of Gene Sequencer, Meridian Institute News, 22 December 2011. [download pdf]

Improved Sensor for Faster Nanopore DNA Sequencing, NextBigFuture.com, 23 December 2011. [download pdf]

Nanotransistor Boosts Sensitivity of Gene Sequencer, KurzWeil, 22 December 2011. [download pdf]

“Nanotransistor Boosts Sensitivity of Gene Sequencer,” IEEE Spectrum, December 2011. [download pdf] [Chinese translation]

“On the Outside, Looking In,” Nature Asia-Pacific, Research Journal Highlights 19 December 2011. [download pdf]

Ultra-Thin Electronics Bend to Your Eyes,” Discovery News, 22 November 2011. [download pdf]

“Teeny Tiny Chips,” ScienceNews, 12 March 2011. [download pdf]

Lab Partnership Develops Programmable Nanoprocessor,” The Harvard Crimson, 11 February 2011. [download pdf]

Researchers at Harvard and MITRE produce world’s first programmable nanoprocessor,” Science Codex, 9 February 2011. [download pdf]

Harvard and MITRE produce world’s first programmable nanoprocessor,” RandDMag, 10 February 2011. [download pdf]

Researchers at Harvard and MITRE produce world’s first programmable nanoprocessor with potential for 2 Terahertz switching,” NextBigFuture, 9 February 2011. [download pdf]

 “‘World’s first’ nanoprocessor offers advances in future electronics,” NewElectronics, 10 February 2011. [download pdf]

Researchers produce world’s first programmable nanoprocessor,” LabSpaces, 9 February 2011. [download pdf]

“The World’s First Programmable Nanoprocessor Takes Complex Circuitry to the Nanoscale,” Brainicane, 10 February 2011.

“World’s first programmable nanoprocessor developed,” BritainNews, 10 February 2011. [download pdf]

Harvard University part of nanotech breakthrough,” Boston Business Journal, 9 February 2011. [download pdf]

MITRE and Harvard University Develop World’s First Programmable Nanoprocessor,” AzoNanotechnology, 10 February 2011. [download pdf]

Building “bottom-up” circuits using nanowires,” Ars Technica, 10 February 2011. [download pdf]

World’s first programmable nanoprocessor developed,” Sify News, 10 February 2011. [download pdf]

Nanowire processor signals route to ever-smaller chips,” BBC News, 10 February 2011. [download pdf]

“World’s first programmable nanoprocessor unveiled,” TechEYE.net, 10 February 2011. [download pdf]

Scientists build first reprogrammable nanoprocessor,” Smartplanet.com, 9 February 2011. [download pdf]

MITRE Corp., Harvard University announce nanotech breakthrough,” Washington Business Journal, 9 February 2011. [download pdf]

The Smallest Computing Systems Yet,” Technology Review, 9 February 2011. [download pdf]

“Scaled-Down Success: Programmable Logic Tiles Could Form Basis of Nanoprocessors,” Scientific American, 9 February 2011. [download pdf]

“Researchers at Harvard and MITRE produce world’s first programmable nanoprocessor,” Bioscience Technology, 9 February 2011. [download pdf]

“Feynman’s Nanocomputer a Big Step Closer,” Scientific Computing, 9 February 2011. [download pdf]

Researchers at Harvard and MITRE produce world’s first programmable nanoprocessor,” e! Science News, 9 February 2011. [download pdf]

Researchers produce world’s first programmable nanoprocessor,” Nanowerk News, 9 February 2011. [download pdf]

The World’s First Programmable Nanoprocessor Takes Complex Circuitry to the Nanoscale,” PopSci.com, 9 February 2011. [download pdf]

Researchers produce world’s first programmable nanoprocessor,” PhysOrg.com, 9 February 2011. [download pdf]

World’s First Programmable Nanoprocessor: Nanowire Tiles Can Perform Arithmetic and Logical Functions,” ScienceDaily.com, 9 February 2011. [download pdf]

Researchers at Harvard and MITRE produce the world’s first programmable nanoprocessor,” EurekAlert,  9 February 2011 [download pdf]

What ultra-tiny nanocircuits can do,” Harvard Gazette, 9 February 2011. [download pdf]

Harvard Team Makes Programmable Logic from Nanowires,” IEEE Spectrum, February 2011 [download pdf]

Criss-crossed nanowires can compute,” Nature, 9 February 2011. [download pdf] [podcast]

Virus-Sized Transistors,” Harvard Magazine, January-February 2011. [download pdf]