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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.
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.
2010-12-21 Spintronics to enable quantum data storage on individual atoms
University of Utah researchers demonstrated how to store quantum information on individual atoms, rather than electrons, via spintronics. They achieved a refresh time of 112 seconds—thousands of times longer than memorories storing information on electron spin—by reading and writing spin onto phosphorus atoms in a silicon substrate.
2008-12-11 Researchers tout magnetic nanotubes to advance spintronics
Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute (RPI) researchers now believe that carbon nanotubes can be used to detect such nanoscale magnetic states by changing their conductance.
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.
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.
2013-09-09 Research brings practical spintronics closer to reality
A team of researchers at RIKEN Centre for Emergent Matter Science proposed a device that instead of moving electrons is able to transport information using electron spin over long distances.
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.
2012-06-29 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.
2004-04-30 IBM, Stanford team up on spintronics
Can chipmakers somehow find a way to defy Ohm's Law by working with an electron's spin instead of its charge?
2013-02-06 A*STAR research centres on spintronics
The researchers developed a simple mathematical equation that predicts the behaviour of the spin current as an alternating voltage is applied across a device.
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.
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.
2013-04-24 Research shows how excess heat can power devices
A team of researchers from UCLA demonstrates how to add power to a spintronics device, which uses the spin of electrons for energy rather than their charge.
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.
2013-05-27 Intel shoots for extensive research beyond 10nm
At the Imec Technology Forum Intel's director of component research contemplated the end of the road for conventional silicon and said more varied research would be needed to catch the next opportunity.
2016-02-03 Intel exec sees huge potential for Moore's Law post-CMOS
William Holt, GM of Intel's technology and manufacturing group, said the industry needs to keep a focus on keeping power down and reducing cost per transistor.
2015-12-14 Imec showcases next-gen devices to supersede silicon
Imec's R&D programme on advanced logic scaling is targeting the latest and mounting challenges for performance, power, cost and density scaling for future process technologies.
2008-06-27 IBM, ETH Zrich establish nanotech lab
IBM Corp. and the ETH Zrich University have partnered to jointly build a nanotechnology research laboratory.
2010-02-10 Expert: Graphene will drive post-CMOS era
The winner in the post-CMOS era has not been declared yet, but graphene holds great promise, said James Mexindl, director of the Joseph M. Pettit Microelectronics Research Center.
2010-08-13 Data storage on plastic possible
US spintronics researchers have found a way to store data on a plastic memory device, promising faster processing and lower power consumption.
2003-09-09 Cypress divests portion of stake in NVE
Cypress Semiconductor has sold a portion of its investment in NVE Corp, a developer of spintronics technology.
2008-07-31 Coming soon: Lens-free lasers
Focusing semiconductor lasers usually require bulky optical lenses acting as a collimator, but researchers have recently demonstrated a plasmonic collimator that utilizes grooves etched directly into the laser facet.
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.
2010-06-28 Stanford top engineer weighs in on CMOS outlook
EE Times recently sat down with James Plummer, dean of Stanford's school of engineering, for a wide ranging interview on the outlook for CMOS, engineering, education and globalization.
2004-03-03 Spin valves open organic chip era
A research technique for making organic spin-valve electronics could herald the coming of nonvolatile semiconductors melded with optical emitters, transducers and sensors.
2006-08-02 Researchers tackle spintronic capabilities
Princeton University researchers experimented with different crystalline lattice architectures to optimize spintronic capabilities.
2013-07-24 Researchers detect electronic spin state of graphene
A team of researchers in Japan focused on the spin properties and various device applications of graphene and other 2D materials.
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.
2003-08-06 NVE tapped by Darpa for MRAM development
NVE Corp. has been signed by the Defense Advanced Research Projects Agency to develop magneto-thermal MRAM devices.
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