IEEE Spectrum Carbon Nanotube Transistors Go Head-to-Head With Silicon

Stanford Stanford team combines logic, memory to build a 'high-rise' chip

Computerworld Stanford 'high-rise' chip takes on IoT and big data

BBC Computer made from tiny carbon tubes

Discovery News So Long Silicon: Hello Carbon Nanotube Computer

Economist A Carbonic Computer

EE Times First Carbon Nanotube Computer

Huffington Post World's First Carbon Nanotube Computer Unveiled

IEEE Spectrum First Computer Made From Carbon Nanotubes Debuts

MIT Technology Review The First Carbon Nanotube Computer

National Public Radio, Marketplace Stanford's nanotube computer: 4 reasons for non-geeks to care

National Public Radio Carbon Nanotube Computer Paves Way for Faster, Smaller Tech

Nature World News Stanford Researchers Create the World's First Working Carbon Nanotube Computer

National Nanotechnology Initiative Timeline

New Scientist First Nanotube Computer could spark Carbon Revolution

New York Times Researchers Build a Working Carbon Nanotube Computer

Scientific American Carbon Nanotube Computer Hints at Future Beyond Silicon

Time The Carbon Nanotube Breakthrough

Wall Street Journal Scientists Build First Carbon Nanotube Computer

Washington Post Scientists Create First Carbon Nanotube Computer

New York Times Nanotubes Seen as Alternatives When Silicon Chips Hit Their Limits

MIT Technology Review Stanford Researchers Build Complex Circuits Made of Carbon Nanotubes

Stanford School of Engineering Breakthroughs in Energy Efficiency

The Economist Oh That's Near Enough

New York Times A High-Stakes Search Continues for Silicon’s Successor

MIT Technology Review Speedier Nanotube Circuits

A*STAR Institute Of Microelectronics and Stanford University to Co-Develop Nanoelectromechanical Relay Technology for Ultra-Low Power Applications

NSF funds $10M expedition in computing: Software for Efficient Computing in the Age of Nanoscale Devices

Communications of the ACM Technical Perspective by S.Y. Borkar (Intel Fellow and Director of Microprocessor Research at Intel) on Post-Silicon Bug Localization for Processors using IFRA

Communications of the ACM Research Highlight on Post-Silicon Bug Localization for Processors using IFRA

MIT Technology Review Speedier Bug Catching: Specialized transistors track hardware bugs as they happen

EDN: Electronics Design, Strategy, News Yet another new idea for FPGAs: relays?

NSF Research Highlight Imperfection-immune Robust Carbon Nanotube VLSI Technology highlighted in NSF's Budget Request to the United States Congress

MIT Technology Review Complex Integrated Circuits Made of Carbon Nanotubes: New circuits bring low-power nanotube computers closer

Stanford School of Engineering Spotlight Stanford advances yield sophisticated carbon-based integrated circuits

The White House White House Announces 2007 Awards for Early Career Scientists and Engineers

National Science Foundation Twenty NSF nominees receive the government's highest honor for scientists and engineers beginning their independent careers

Wired Magazine Nanotubes Hold Promise for Next-Generation Computing

SCD Source DAC 'Best Paper' Eases Post-Silicon Debug

Semiconductor Research Corporation (SRC) SRC Researcher Subhasish Mitra Received SIGDA Outstanding New Faculty Award

Gigascale Systems Research Center (GSRC) Mitra Honored Twice at DAC

Stanford School of Engineering Spotlight Transistor aging research can keep chips working longer, reduce early breakdowns

San Francisco Chronicle Nanotubes Could Boost Semiconductor Production

Semiconductor Research Corporation SRC-Supported Stanford Researchers Overcome Mispositioned Carbon Nanotubes to Create Logic Circuits at Wafer-Scale

EE Times Stanford Researchers Claim CNT Wafer-scale Advances

Nanotechwire Stanford engineers show nanotube circuits can be made en masse

MIT Technology Review Nanotube Circuits Made Practical

EE Times Circuit Design Algorithm Compensates for Tangled Nanotubes

Indolink Stanford's Subhasish Mitra Makes Practical Nanotube Circuits

EDN Circuit-design Technique could make Carbon Nanotubes Useful

Electronic Design New Technologies Enable More Moore

Stanford School of Engineering Spotlight Algorithm may help chipmakers work with tangles of nanotubes