This work is an effort to introduce advanced logic, their applications and some of their post-CMOS technological implementations in “core” conventional logic design classroom. In this short one-lecture knowledge module, we aimed at threshold logic and its most popular application, the neural computing. Majority, a special type of threshold function was also discussed and one of its post-CMOS implementation was shown. A post-CMOS memory called Spin Transfer Torque- Magnetoresistive RAM (STT-MRAM) was also introduced. The purpose of the module was to encourage research among students and to motivate them towards electives in advanced logic and post-CMOS nanotechnologies. Students’ feedback were collected through a pre and a post-module survey. The feedback suggest that all the participants were satisfied with the module and the module was successful in fulfilling its objectives.