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Researchers advance toward hybrid spintronic computer chips
Researchers here have created the first electronic circuit to merge traditional inorganic semiconductors with organic (2011-04-13)

Penn engineers develop room temperature, two-dimensional platform for quantum technology
Researchers at the University of Pennsylvania's School of Engineering and Applied Science have now demonstrated a new hardware platform based on isolated electron spins in a two-dimensional material. The electrons are trapped by defects in sheets of hexagonal boron nitride, a one-atom-thick semiconductor material, and the researchers were able to optically detect the system's quantum states. (2019-02-11)

MagLab research paves way for flu treatments
Led by Professor of chemistry and biochemistry Tim Cross and his team at the Florida State University-based National High Magnetic Field Laboratory, scientists delved into the complexities of exactly how the flu virus works and why it's so effective at making people so sick. (2015-11-02)

Line camera makes magnetic field lines visible in 3-D and real time
Fraunhofer scientists have developed a high-resolution magnetic line camera to measure magnetic fields in real time. Field lines in magnetic systems such as generators or motors, which are invisible to the human eye, can be made visible using this camera. It is especially suitable for industrial applications, for example in quality assurance during the manufacture of magnets. A prototype will be on display for the first time at electronica 2014 in Munich from Nov. 11-14 (Hall A4 / Booth 113). (2014-10-30)

Therapeutic impact of cell transplantation aided by magnetic factor
Two studies demonstrate how magnetic particles are a factor that can provide better cell delivery and retention. Researchers magnetized rat mesenchymal stem cells using superparamagnetic iron oxide nanoparticles to improve the delivery and transport of mesenchymal stem cells to the retinas of test rats. In a second study, magnetically enhanced cardiac stem cells were guided to their target to increase cell retention for better therapeutic benefit in rat models of ischemic/reperfusion injury. (2012-09-24)

In a Weyl thermopile
A new way to generate electricity in special materials called Weyl magnets has been discovered by physicists at the University of Tokyo. The method exploits temperature gradients, differences in temperature throughout a material. This could pave the way for maintenance-free remote sensing devices or even medical implants. (2018-07-30)

Moms more likely than dads to favor both school diversity and neighborhood schools
In the first empirical study on gender and school assignment, researchers find that mothers are more likely than fathers to favor both school diversity and so-called neighborhood schools. (2016-10-12)

New study finds obese women more impulsive than other females
A new study in the November issue of the journal Appetite finds that obese women display significantly weaker impulse control than normal weight women. (2008-11-10)

Reflecting on the year in chemistry
A lot can happen in a year, especially when it comes to science. As 2019 draws to a close, Chemical & Engineering News (C&EN), the weekly newsmagazine of the American Chemical Society, is highlighting the year's biggest stories in chemistry, top research trends and important developments in a special issue. In addition, the magazine makes some bold predictions for chemistry in 2020. (2019-12-18)

Tecnalia presents electric vehicle that reaches 140 km/hour in 10 seconds
The Tecnalia Technological Corporation has presented its experimental vehicle -- (2010-05-31)

Researchers break magnetic memory speed record
An international team of researchers has created a new technique for magnetization switching -- the process used to ''write'' information into magnetic memory -- that is nearly 100 times faster than state-of-the-art spintronic devices. The advance could lead to the development of ultrafast magnetic memory for computer chips that would retain data even when there is no power. (2020-10-28)

Fox Chase's Charlie Ma, Ph.D., named Fellow by the American Society for Radiation Oncology
The American Society for Radiation Oncology (ASTRO) has selected C.M. Charlie Ma, Ph.D., professor, Vice Chair of the Department of Radiation Oncology, and Director of Medical Physics at Fox Chase Cancer Center, as one of their 2014 Fellows. The distinguished members selected to receive the Fellow of ASTRO designation will be honored during an awards ceremony on Tuesday, Sept. 16, at the ASTRO's 56th Annual Meeting in San Francisco, Calif. (2014-09-16)

Superconducting wind turbine chalks up first test success
A superconducting rotor has been successfully tested on an active wind turbine for the first time. The EcoSwing consortium designed, developed, manufactured a full-size superconducting generator for a 3.6 megawatt wind turbine, and field-tested it in Thybor√łn, Denmark. (2019-11-12)

3D printed pill samples gut microbiome to aid diagnosis and treatment
A research team led by Tufts University engineers has developed a 3D printed pill that samples bacteria found in the gut -- known as the microbiome -- as it passes through the gastrointestinal tract (GI). The ability to profile bacterial species throughout the GI tract could have important implications for the diagnosis and treatment of diseases and conditions that are affected by the microbiome. (2019-07-24)

Twinkling nanostars cast new light into biomedical imaging
Researchers have created magnetically responsive gold nanostars that may offer a new approach to biomedical imaging. The nanostars gyrate when exposed to a rotating magnetic field, and can scatter light to produce a pulsating or (2009-07-21)

Unraveling the magnetism of a graphene triangular flake
Graphene is a diamagnetic material, this is, unable of becoming magnetic. However, a triangular piece of graphene is predicted to be magnetic. This apparent contradiction is a consequence of 'magic' shapes in the structure of graphene flakes, which force electrons to 'spin' easier in one direction. Triangulene is a triangular graphene flake, which possesses a net magnetic moment: it is a graphene nanometer-size magnet. This magnetic state opens fascinating perspectives on the use of these pure-carbon magnets in technology. (2020-05-11)

New materials' odd traits to help improve computer memory
Scientists have created the first example of a new type of material known as a half-metallic ferromagnet, and researchers say the development will provide invaluable help to an effort already underway to revolutionize the way computer memory works. (2001-06-10)

A pair of medical magnets shows promise as a new tool for creating an anastomosis
An experimental device that employs a pair of magnets offers surgeons a new safe and simple alternative to standard methods for creating an anastomosis for the first time in nearly 50 years. (2017-08-23)

BESSY II sheds light on how the internal compass is constructed in magnetotactic bacteria
Bacteria exist in many shapes and with very different talents. Magnetotactic bacteria can even sense the earth's magnetic field by making use of magnetic nanoparticles in their interior that act as an internal compass. Spanish teams and experts at Helmholtz-Zentrum Berlin have now examined the magnetic compass of Magnetospirillum gryphiswaldense at BESSY II. Their results may be helpful in designing actuation devices for nanorobots and nanosensors for biomedical applications. (2018-04-16)

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