Recycled eggshells can be used for next-gen data storage

If you want to make a computer, you’ve got to break a few eggs. A new data storage device made from crushed-up eggshells could possibly lead the way to faster, greener computers.

The new device has resistive random access memory, or ReRAM, which is a strong contender for the next generation of data storage. ReRAM could be faster, provide a higher storage density and use less power than more common methods like flash memory and dynamic RAM.

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