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2005-09-13 U.K. academics invent form of "spintronic" logic
Researchers from Imperial College London, Durham University and the University of Sheffield have developed a technology they have named "magnetic domain-wall logic", which they claim could enable data storage and processing at higher density than conventional microelectronics.
2011-03-24 Spintronic transistors seen in future PCs
Researchers can now align the magnetic "spins" of electrons in a silicon chip at room temperature, bringing devices that store data using the spin of electrons as well as their electrical charge closer to reality.
2006-08-02 Researchers tackle spintronic capabilities
Princeton University researchers experimented with different crystalline lattice architectures to optimize spintronic capabilities.
2014-03-25 Strain tunes surface electron states of TIs
Surface electrons behave like massless Dirac particles in a similar way to electrons in graphene, which make TIs a prime platform for the realisation of solid state quantum computing devices.
2013-08-05 Semimetals show heat to electrical conversion efficiency
Researchers in Japan found a layered semimetal compound that offers unprecedented efficiency of heat to electric current conversion, outlining its potential to be used as a thermoelectric material.
2002-10-10 Plastic electrons spin for memory
Ohio State University researchers have made nearly all the moving electrons inside a sample of plastic spin in the same direction - an effect called spin polarization that could yield plastic memories.
2015-04-15 Graphene offers Moore's Law indefinite extension
Apart from being dubbed as a wonder material for semiconductors and flaunting about 100 times the strength of steel by weight, graphene is considered ideal for nanoscale spintronic devices.
2010-03-29 Researchers claim key to ultralow-power spintronics
A research team claims a spintronic breakthrough that encodes information on the spin of electrons, enabling ultralow-power operation for non-volatile circuitry that remembers its state even when turned off.
2007-07-30 University researchers demo advances in spintronics
A University of Delaware research group has demonstrated the electronic injection and detection of spin-polarized electronsthe first step towards the goal of spintronics.
2006-05-15 UCLA engineers announce semicon spin-wave research findings
Engineers at the UCLA Henry Samueli School of Engineering and Applied Science are announcing what they tout as a critical new breakthrough in semiconductor spin-wave research.
2014-09-24 Subatomic spins control current in plastic LEDs
Physicists at the University of Utah read the subatomic "spins" in the centres or nuclei of hydrogen isotopes, and used the data to control current that powered light in a cheap, plastic LED.
2014-08-12 Spintronics to optimise electronic devices
Unlike other concepts that harness electrons, spin current can transfer information without causing heat from the electric charge, which is a serious problem for current semiconductor devices.
2009-12-01 Research team touts room-tem silicon spintronics
University of Twente researchers claim they can control a silicon electron's spin at room temperature.
2010-10-27 Rare earth issues trouble industry
The potential problem of China's monopoly on rare earthsminerals, metals and their oxides C has become reality with the country's move to reduce export quotas for 2H 10.
2016-02-03 Promising 2D material opens path for next-gen spintronics
Researchers from NUS and Yale-NUS College have established the mechanisms for spin motion in molybdenum disulphide (MoS2), an emerging 2D material that shows potential for low-power devices.
2012-10-23 Princeton researchers close in on quantum computing
The technique developed by Princeton's researchers could help lead to larger quantum computing systems.
2006-08-23 PC-based software works with X-rays to find explosives
Guardian Technologies International announced that it has devised PC-based software that can be used in tandem with conventional X-ray detectors in the field, acting as "a second set of eyes" to identify liquid-based compounds for explosives in scanned baggage.
2015-02-24 Novel transistor exhibits quantum spin Hall effect
MIT researchers discovered an innovative transistor that harnesses a new effect, called the quantum spin Hall effect, to create a topological field effect transistor (TFET).
2004-07-08 MRAM developers on target for rollout within 2004
Near the end of the 1990s, a flurry of announcements promised a 2004 rollout for a radical approach to memory chip technology based on manipulating electron spin.
2012-06-29 Labs boast advances in spintronics
Many researchers believe that spintronics for quantum computing is the most promising way forward for future computer chips, but few have reliably cast them into solid-state materials.
2016-04-21 Inverse spin Hall effect converts microwaves into energy
University of Utah scientists investigated and developed a method on how to generate energy using microwaves by demonstrating an effect called the inverse spin Hall effect.
2012-08-13 IBM Researchers observe electron waltz in semiconductors
Researchers from IBM and the university ETH have observed a persistent spin helix in semiconductors which could have implications for information storage and processing.
2005-03-16 Guru plumbs nanotech in all dimensions
For the most part, nano research activities are not that futuristic, says Yoshio Nishi of Stanford University.
2014-09-23 Future memory devices: 10 technologies to keep in mind
While current memory types are smarter and built with higher density, the succeeding memory technologies will integrate new types of materials, as well as smarter algorithms that make storage a hierarchy off-chip in a way that cache memory is hierarchical on-chip.
2014-09-29 Filtering technique reduces power consumption in gadgets
The technique taps into the behaviour of a single electron to filter out the thermal energy in the electron environment, thereby creating small mobile devices that do not spend a lot of battery power.
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