Flexible Flash Memory on the horizon

The US National Institute of Standards and Technology has developed a form of memristor built on a flexible substrate, its being widely reported. The paper, titled A Flexible Solution-Processed Memristor, details the researchers at NIST were able create a 14 day window for the non-volatile memristive state:

The Nist research team created the memristor using an inexpensive setting technique, by spinning the titanium oxide in ‘sol gel’ liquid form, depositing it on the transparent sheet, and then letting it dry on the polymer at room temperature. In a paper entitled A Flexible Solution-Processed Memristor, the researchers noted that the memristor remained non-volatile for 14 days. [ Article ]

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