Post-It Memory

The National Taiwan University in Taipei has developed a stickable memory curcuit using a graphine coating and conductive polymers topped with aluminium electrodes.

Graphene has a variety of properties including a high ven der Walls force that gives a type of natural adhesion. This concept uses this effect much in a way that is thought to be used by geckos to stick to walls.

The memory can be used to stick to business cards or other surfaces. “Our memory is not only flexible but also transferable,” says Yang-Fang Chen of NTU.

Sticky memory may turn Post-it notes into flash drives – tech – 28 October 2013 – New Scientist.


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