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Old 1st April, 2006, 09:01 PM
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IBM Develops Method to Control Atom Scale Magnetism

Seems the fair-haired boys at IBM have figured out how to measure and control magnetism at the atomic level, according to this article at EETimes. This could have some significant impact in the area of magnetic storage, as well as quantum storage and quantum computing. Don't expect to see any practical devices as a result of this technology any time soon, though.

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Personally one day this is going to overtake silicone once we reached the physical limit of transistors. Probly won't be for a while.
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Very interesting, thanks Gizmo! Recommended reading!
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