3D microchips could pave way to more efficient “spintronic” computers

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Researchers from The University of Manchester, with colleagues from the universities of Groningen and Utrecht in the Netherlands, say 3D curved microchip structures could be used to develop more powerful – and energy efficient – spin-based computers.

Period7 Oct 2019

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  • Title3D microchips could pave way to more efficient “spintronic” computers
    Degree of recognitionNational
    Media name/outletUniversity of Manchester, Media Relations
    Media typeWeb
    Country/TerritoryUnited Kingdom
    Date7/10/19
    DescriptionResearchers from The University of Manchester, with colleagues from the universities of Groningen and Utrecht in the Netherlands, say 3D curved microchip structures could be used to develop more powerful – and energy efficient – spin-based computers.
    Producer/AuthorCallum Wood
    URLhttps://www.manchester.ac.uk/discover/news/3d-microchips-could-pave-way-to-more-efficient-spintronic-computers/
    PersonsIvan Vera Marun

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  • National Graphene Institute