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Ion pairings change honeycomb crystal states

Tohoku University researchers have observed a rare change in the structure of a mineral-like crystal that, if controlled, could lead to the development of new functional materials. The findings were reported in the Journal ...

Demonstrating the world's fastest spintronics p-bit

Tohoku University researchers have, for the first time, developed the technology for the nanosecond operation of the spintronics-based probabilistic bit (p-bit)—dubbed "the poor man's quantum bit" (q-bit).

Q&A: Coronavirus likely to infect the global economy

The rapid development of China's coronavirus crisis coincided with the annual idling of much of the country's economic activity due to the Lunar New Year break, which typically runs for a week or two. Global economists have ...

An earthquake in Japan caused large waves in Norwegian fjords

Early on a winter morning a few years ago, many residents of western Norway who lived or worked along the shores of the nation's fjords were startled to see the calm morning waters suddenly begin to rise and fall. Starting ...

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