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Stanford Researchers Develop Flexible, Biodegradable Semiconductor

Engineers have become quite good at designing ever more powerful and advanced electronics, but we’re not so good at properly disposing of them when they’re out of date. The United Nations Environment Program estimates that almost 50 million tons of electronics waste

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