April 4, Electronics 360: Ubiquitous USB flash drives are used by many to transport information from one device to another or for storing information that is easy to distribute. Researchers at Duke University are working on a technology that could one day enable this type of technology to be expanded to nearly anything we interact with. The technology is a new “spray-on” digital memory device that is applied using only an aerosol jet printer and nanoparticle inks that could significantly progress the move to flexible electronics.

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