UVA, William and Mary and ODU to launch Virginia Nanoelectronics Center
Tomorrow’s computers may not need a keyboard, they’ll just read your mind. That technology isn’t far away, but will depend on chips based on new materials and new techniques. Later today, UVA, William and Mary and Old Dominion University will announce a new partnership to help develop tomorrow’s computer electronics. Charles Fishburne has more in this science matters report.