Lasers could make hard drives faster, simpler and higher density
(Phys.org) —Researchers at the University of California, San Diego have discovered that for a wide range of ferromagnetic materials the direction of magnetization can be completely controlled by polarized light without the need for magnetic fields, a finding that could significantly affect the data memory and storage industries that produce hard disks and magnetic random access memories. Their ...
Arnold to Present Energy Efficiency Solutions at The Battery Show 2014
Arnold Magnetic Technologies will highlight its high performance materials at booth #E808 and participate in a panel discussion on electric and hybrid automotive technologies. (PRWeb September 10, 2014) Read the full story at http://www.prweb.com/releases/Arnold-EV-Battery-Show/092014/prweb12148645.htm
Magnetic neural control with nanoparticles
Magnetic nanoparticles don't have to be "one size fits all." Instead, individual magnetic nanoparticles can be tailored in an array of differing sizes and compositions to allow for heating them separately by varying the frequency and amplitude of an external alternating magnetic field, MIT graduate student Michael G. Christiansen and colleagues show in a recent Applied Physics Letters paper.
Product Launch; MPI's Best In Class Hi-G Range
Magnetic Products, Inc. (MPI), is excited to announce its exclusive new line of highly enhanced products known as the “Hi-G” product line. Hi-G products represent the best MPI has to offer in power, strength, durability and ease of use.
How certain nanoscale crystal defects can dramatically intensify ferromagnetism
Magnetic materials are fundamental to many technologies, from data storage to next-generation spintronic devices. However, as integrated circuits become increasingly miniaturized and the sizes of magnetic components approach nanoscale dimensions, magnetic properties can disappear. Yasukazu Murakami and colleagues from the RIKEN Center for Emergent Matter Science and Tohoku University in Japan ...