Electron-bending effect could boost computer memory

A new magnetic material developed by RIKEN physicists could boost computer memory storage by enabling higher memory density and faster memory writing speeds. Their research has been published in the journal Nature Communications.

A new chapter in antiferromagnetic spintronics is unfolding

Electronics play a pivotal role in today's information society. Yet only the electron charge in electronic devices is at play, making energy dissipation an increasingly pressing issue that thwarts further development. Spintronics, ...

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