Scientists at the Tokyo University in Japan have created a new type of flash memory, which they are calling organic flash memory.
The organic flash memory is made from one hundred percent organic materials, and the memory if flexible and can be bended, which means it could have a few useful applications.
At the moment the organic flash memory is only capable of storing data for up to one day, so it could be sometime before we see this used in every day gadgets.
The prototype flexible memory uses a a polyethylene naphthalate (PEN) resin sheet, and it has an array of memory cells placed on it, it is flexible enough to bend until its radius is 6mm.
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