Rice University lab finds way to produce sheets for touchscreens
A Rice University laboratory team has found a method create flexible, conductive carbon nanotube sheets that could be used for touchscreens and electronic displays.
The university made the announcement in a press release issued Monday, Oct. 29. The findings were published in American Chemical Society journal ACS Nano. Matteo Pasquali, a Rice researcher, and his lab made the discovery. Pasquali is also a professor of chemical and biomolecular engineering and chemistry.
Authors of the article are Francesca Mirri, Anson Ma, Shannon Eichmann, Tienyi Theresa Hsu, Natnael Behabtu, Colin Young and Dmitri Tsentalovich.
Rice University is at 6100 Main, Houston.
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