3D printing helps Munich & INRS-EMT researchers develop printable resistive memory devices

3D printing helps Munich & INRS-EMT researchers develop printable resistive memory devices

Researchers in Germany and Canada have used a form of 3D printing to develop a new resistive memory (ReRAM) device. The device uses its state of resistance to represent binary information. In a world where even our car keys and contents of our wallets store digital memory, the need to reduce the size of memory storage devices is becoming greater and greater. Now, a group of researchers at Munich University of Applied Sciences in Germany and INRS-EMT in Canada has developed a 3D printing and inkjet printing technique that can be used to fabricate a compact, flexible resistive memory […]

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