According to Washington Comprehensive News, a group of researchers from Massachusetts Institute of Technology, the University of Houston and other institutions recently found that cubic boron arsenide has ultra-high performance in heat conduction and conductivity, and cubic boron arsenide is also called "the best semiconductor material ever found" by Massachusetts Institute of Technology. Chen Gang, a Chinese American professor who was framed by the US Department of Justice for spying, is a member of this research team.
Chinese American Professor Chen Gang
Fortune magazine reported that silicon is the main material used to make computer chips. Recently, a group of scientists found a semiconductor material, cubic boron arsenide, with better performance than silicon. This new material may help semiconductor designers overcome existing model limitations and make better, faster, and smaller chips.