Scientists create printed transistors for interactive smart food labels

Scientists create printed transistors for interactive smart food labels


Scientists at AMBER at Trinity College Dublin have created printed transistors from 2-dimensional nanomaterials for the first time. The 'nanocomputers' could unlock the potential for smart food labels such as packaging that displays a digital countdown to warn people when their milk is about to go off, or wine labels that alert consumers when their white wine is at its optimum temperature, or a window pane that shows the day's forecast.



from Biotech News