Strategic Elements, based in Australia, is developing a type of RRAM memory called Nanocube Memory. The printable memory cells are made cerium oxides and when jolts of voltage are applied they change their state between resistive and conductive - which is used to create and store digital information.
The technology was licensed from the University of New South Wales (UNSW) and a team from the university has been contracted to assist with development.
Strategic elements are listed on the Australian Stock Exchange (ticker: SOR)
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