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November 24th, 2004
The Korea Institute of Science and Technology (KIST) and MIT's Francis Bitter Magnet Laboratory have launched a 10-year program in spintronics, a field that could lead to new ways for storing and communicating information.
An initial three-year joint project, "Nanospintronic Science and Devices," will be funded at the rate of $300,000 a year by KIST.
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