Scientists create printed transistors for interactive smart food labels

Dr Jonathan Coleman with the printable smart label. Picture: AMBER.

Scientists at AMBER (Advanced Materials and Bio-Engineering Research) at Trinity College Dublin have created printed transistors from 2-dimensional nanomaterials for the first time. 

EFSA said it will consider the relevance of the study 'in due course'. © iStock/ClaudioVentrella

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