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April 29th, 2004

IBM, Stanford take partnership for a spin

It’s not every day that the 80s new wave act Dead or Alive’s song “You Spin Me Round” highlights a press conference dedicated to topics like pulsed laser deposition and qubit decoherence. But when the underlying theme is spintronics, and one of the people involved says one of the fundamental laws of physics could get turned on its head, perhaps one can forgive the pun. (more on earlier article)


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