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New Insights Into the Interaction of Topological Insulators

Topological insulators are regarded as the key to novel ‘spintronic’ devices and quantum computers of the future due to their unique electronic properties. Physicists have now been able to …

Physics of High-Temperature Superconductors Untangled

When some materials are cooled to a certain temperature, they lose electric resistance, becoming …

Scientists Unravel ‘Hall Effect’ Mystery in Search for Next Generation Memory Storage Devices

An advance in the use of antiferromagnetic materials in memory storage devices has been made by an international team of …

2D Array of Electron and Nuclear Spin Qubits Opens New Frontier in Quantum Science

By using photons and electron spin qubits to control nuclear spins in a two-dimensional material, researchers have opened a new frontier in quantum science and technology, enabling applications like …

Magnetic Quantum Material Broadens Platform for Probing Next-Gen Information Technologies

Scientists have used neutron scattering to determine whether a specific material’s atomic structure could host a novel state of matter called a spiral spin liquid. By tracking tiny magnetic …

Buckyballs on Gold Are Less Exotic Than Graphene

C60 molecules on a gold substrate appear more complex than their graphene counterparts, but have much more ordinary electronic properties. This is now shown by measurements with ARPES at BESSY II and …

Magnetic Memory Milestone

Computers and smartphones have different kinds of memory, which vary in speed and power efficiency depending on where they are used in the system. Typically, larger computers, especially those in …

Researchers Learn to Control Electron Spin at Room Temperature to Make Devices More Efficient and Faster

As our devices become smaller, faster, more energy efficient, and capable of holding larger amounts of data, spintronics may continue that trajectory. Whereas electronics is based on the flow of …

Researchers Find the Missing Photonic Link to Enable an All-Silicon Quantum Internet

Researchers have made a crucial breakthrough in the development of quantum technology. Their research describes their observations of over 150,000 silicon ‘T center’ photon-spin qubits, an …

A Four-Stroke Engine for Atoms

If you switch a bit in the memory of a computer and then switch it back again, you have restored the original state. There are only two states that can be called ‘0 and 1’. However, in a …

Quantum Simulator Delivers New Insight

A quantum simulator is giving physicists a clear look at spin-charge separation, a bizarre phenomenon in which two parts of indivisible particles called electrons travel at different speeds in …

Diamonds Are for Quantum Sensing

Researchers measured tiny magnetic fields with unprecedented speed. By monitoring spins at nitrogen-vacancy centers along using ultrafast spectroscopy, this work may lead to extremely accurate future …

Multi-Spin Flips and a Pathway to Efficient Ising Machines

Combinatorial optimization problems are at the root of many industrial processes and solving them is key to a more sustainable and efficient future. Ising machines can solve certain combinatorial …

Spinning Is Key for Line-Dancing Electrons in Iron Selenide

Quantum physicists have answered a puzzling question at the forefront of research into iron-based superconductors: Why do electrons in iron selenide dance to a different tune when they move right and …

Spin Keeps Electrons in Line in Iron-Based Superconductor

Electronic nematicity, believed to be an important ingredient in high-temperature superconductivity, is primarily spin-driven in the iron-based superconductor FeSe, reveals a new …

One Particle on Two Paths: Quantum Physics Is Right

The famous double slit experiment shows that particles can travel on two paths at the same time — but only by looking at a lot of particles and analysing the results statistically. Now a …

Computational Sleuthing Confirms First 3D Quantum Spin Liquid

Computational detective work by physicists has confirmed cerium zirconium pyrochlore is a 3D quantum spin liquid, a solid material in which quantum entanglement and the geometric arrangement of atoms …

Spintronics: How an Atom-Thin Insulator Helps Transport Spins

An intermediate layer consisting of a few atoms is helping to improve the transport of spin currents from one material to another. Until now, this process involves significant losses. A team reports …

Mechanism ‘Splits’ Electron Spins in Magnetic Material

Holding the right material at the right angle, researchers have discovered a strategy to switch the magnetization in thin layers of a ferromagnet — a technique that could eventually lead to the …

Researchers Unveil a Highly Efficient Means to Reverse Magnetization With Spin Currents

Researchers have established a low-cost method of magnetization reversal on perpendicularly magnetized ferromagnets. Not needing an external magnetic field, the method brings reverse magnetization …

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Source link The research on spintronics has been making leaps and bounds in recent years. Spintronics, a combination of ‘spin’ and ‘electronics,’ is a relatively new and advanced field of research, combining the study of the spin of electrons and the exploitation of it in order to create revolutionary technologies.

Recently, one important breakthrough came from researchers at the University of Kent in the UK. In a Nature Nanotechnology paper, the researchers discussed how their research could potentially overcome several major obstacles, most notably efficient energy changing and generation, that prevent spintronics from being successfully applied to electronic devices. By using two ferromagnetic electrodes separated by an insulator, the research team created a barrier blocking the electrons with a specific spin and allowing electrons with the opposite spin to continue on their journey, transferring their spin information as they go.

This research can help to build more efficient batteries and electrical motors, since the spintronics technology can be used to increase the efficiency of energy-saving technology. This research could also be used to develop quantum computers, which process information more quickly than conventional computers due to the way they utilize the spins of electrons.

The research team has faced a few challenges, such as establishing how to make the technique most efficient when controlling two electrons, avoiding energy loss during the transfer, and demonstrating an actual energy transformation between two ferromagnetic materials. However, this breakthrough proves the potential for spintronics to be utilized in research across many industries, including automotive and healthcare.

The potential of spintronics continues to be explored, with more and more research being made available every day. The benefits of the technology are vast, with potential use in medical and commercial purposes, making it an indispensable component of tech research and development. As spintronics continues to be researched, developed, and explored, investors and researchers alike will have ample opportunity to reap the rewards of this sophisticated yet promising new form of engineering.

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