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Video: Your unwanted electronics may soon self-destruct

10
Apr
2014

If you are in possession of any old cell phones, you know how difficult it can be to find a proper way to dispose of them. Certain electronics retailers will accept donated devices, a family member might need a loaner and it never hurts to have a spare, but once a phone, or any other electronic device for that matter, has reached the end of its life, it could end up sitting in a dump for decades without any signs of decomposition. Iowa State’s Reza Montazami wants to change that. According to a recent news post, a team of researchers at Iowa State is developing a technology known as “transient electronics,” materials that are “designed to quickly and completely melt away when a trigger

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