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August 1st, 2007
Spinning a new horizon for electronics
Spintronics has the potential to have as profound an impact on electronics as the development of the transistor had 50 years ago.
This exciting and challenging area of nanotechnology will come under the international spotlight next week when scientists and engineers, from across the world, will gather in York in the UK for a major conference to explore the progress and future of spintronics.
WUN-SPIN 2007 will bring together experts from both academia and industry to share ideas on the how spintronics will affect advanced data storage, microelectronics, automotive sensors, communication and quantum computing.
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