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Scientists Develop Chips Made Almost Entirely From Wood

It's estimated that humans will produce about 65.4 million tons of E-waste by 2017. Now scientists at UW-Madison have developed a biodegradable chip that could help manufacturers move away from using hazardous materials in some electronic parts.

It's estimated that humans will produce about 65.4 million tons of E-waste by 2017. Now scientists at UW-Madison have developed a biodegradable chip that could help manufacturers move away from using hazardous materials in some electronic parts.

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