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Here’s an amazing article from Alberta, Canada, about computers that use much less energy than today’s computers.

The ultimate green

technology:

Creating computers

that use 10,000

times less energy

Imagine patterning and visualizing silicon at the atomic level, something which, if done successfully, will revolutionize the quantum and classical computing industry. A team of scientists has done just that, led by a world- renowned physicist and his up-and-coming protégé. The University of Alberta's Robert Wolkow and Taleana Huff are patterning and imaging electronic circuits at the atomic level. Credit: John Ulan for the University of Alberta Imagine patterning and visualizing silicon at the atomic level, something which, if done successfully, will revolutionize the quantum and classical computing industry. A team of scientists in Edmonton, Canada has done just that. University of Alberta PhD student Taleana Huff teamed up with her supervisor Robert Wolkow to channel a technique called atomic force microscopy -- or AFM -- to pattern and image electronic circuits at the atomic level. Read more here. This could revolutionize the entire computer industry.
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Hi and welcome to my wesite. My name is Neil Epstein, and I’m the creator of this site. I started this site to inform people about the ins and outs of buying various types of computers - desktops, laptops, and tablets. Just to let you know - if you click on one of the amzon links on these pages, and purchase a computer, I make a commission. If you like my site I’d appreciate it if you’d give me a Facebook Like. Thanks, Neil
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Newsworthy
Here’s an amazing article from Alberta, Canada, about computers that use much less energy than today’s computers.

The ultimate green technology: Creating

computers that use 10,000 times less

energy

Imagine patterning and visualizing silicon at the atomic level, something which, if done successfully, will revolutionize the quantum and classical computing industry. A team of scientists has done just that, led by a world-renowned physicist and his up- and-coming protégé. The University of Alberta's Robert Wolkow and Taleana Huff are patterning and imaging electronic circuits at the atomic level. Credit: John Ulan for the University of Alberta Imagine patterning and visualizing silicon at the atomic level, something which, if done successfully, will revolutionize the quantum and classical computing industry. A team of scientists in Edmonton, Canada has done just that. University of Alberta PhD student Taleana Huff teamed up with her supervisor Robert Wolkow to channel a technique called atomic force microscopy -- or AFM -- to pattern and image electronic circuits at the atomic level. Read more here. This could revolutionize the entire computer industry.
Copyright 2009, Neils Blog LLC
Hi and welcome to my wesite. My name is Neil Epstein, and I’m the creator of this site. I started this site to inform people about the ins and outs of buying various types of computers - desktops, laptops, and tablets. Just to let you know - if you click on one of the amzon links on these pages, and purchase a computer, I make a commission. If you like my site I’d appreciate it if you’d give me a Facebook Like. Thanks, Neil
Welcome To Neil’s Blog