Quite amazing, the transistor junctions made from this material (Graphene) are ten times smaller than their silicon counterparts. As long as the heat dissipation issues are not the same as with silicon these could be what runs the computers in 20 years.
Using the world’s thinnest material, Graphene, researchers at the University of Manchester have created the world’s smallest transistor. According to Professor Andre Geim and Dr. Kostya Novoselov from The School of Physics and Astronomy at The University of Manchester, the new transistors are only one atom thick and less than 50 atoms wide. The development opens the gate to superfast computer chips at sizes not possible before with standard Silicon transistors.