How does light interact with magnets?

For better sensors & memory tech.

Turning ultra-thin carbon into surprisingly strong magnets

When terahertz pulses strike graphene discs

It’s possible to control spin waves on a chip using superconductors

Controlling waves in magnets with superconductors for the first time.

Simple hand magnets erase a meteorite’s magnetic memory

A new study shows that simple hand magnets erase a meteorite’s magnetic memory.

Controlling magnets in an entirely new way

A reversible system can flip the magnetic orientation of particles with a small voltage.

Astronomer bioengineered human cartilage in space

One giant leap for science.

Observing experimental signatures of Nagaoka ferromagnetism

Nagaoka's ferromagnetism is a well-known rigorous example of ferromagnetism in the Hubbard model. It deals with the limiting situation in which there is one...

Strange phenomenon: Lasers make magnets behave like fluids

Hitting an ultrathin magnet with laser abruptly de-magnetizes it. Such sub-picosecond magnetization manipulation via femtosecond optical pumping. However, this strange phenomenon is not yet...

Scientists discover new type of magnet

A team of scientists at New York University has developed a new type of magnet -singlet-based magnet- that holds promise for enhancing the performance of...

New design for ultra-thin capacitive sensors

As a part of progressing acoustic research at Binghamton University, State at New York Distinguished Professor Ron Miles has made a workable sensor with...

IBM Researchers Create World’s Smallest Magnet

Few days ago, IBM researchers have developed World’s First Commercial ‘Universal’ Quantum Computing Service with the aim to expand the application domain of quantum...

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