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Read more at: Flash Physics: p-wave superconductivity in graphene
Flash Physics: p-wave superconductivity in graphene

Flash Physics: p-wave superconductivity in graphene

20 January 2017

Physics World highlights group's work on p-wave superconductivity in graphene


Read more at: Cambridge spins up atomic-level energy research for data centers

Cambridge spins up atomic-level energy research for data centers

26 December 2016

Datacenter Dynamics, 18 April 2016. University team’s focus on superconducting spintronics promises faster computers with ultra-low energy requirements


Read more at: Superconducting spintronics pave way for next-generation computing
Superconducting spintronics pave way for next-generation computing

Superconducting spintronics pave way for next-generation computing

25 October 2016

A breakthrough for the field of Spintronics, a new type of technology which it is widely believed could be the basis of a future revolution in computing, has been announced by scientists in Cambridge.


Read more at: A New Spin on Computing
A New Spin on Computing

A New Spin on Computing

25 October 2016

They have found a way to make a superconducting current spin in order to potentially revolutionize computing.


Read more at: Nature North & West Europe
Nature North & West Europe

Nature North & West Europe

25 October 2016

Strong spending and recruitment keep countries in this region near the top of the world's output in the Index, and scientists from universities collaborate more with their neighbours.


Read more at: Spintronics: making computers faster
Spintronics: making computers faster

Spintronics: making computers faster

25 October 2016

Smaller, faster, cheaper - that was the trend in computing for the past 50 years. As microprocessor technology is hitting the limits of what’s physically possible, some researchers are exploring whether a new technology, ‘spintronics’, may be the way forward.


Read more at: Cambridge to research future computing tech that could “ignite a technology field”
Cambridge to research future computing tech that could “ignite a technology field”

Cambridge to research future computing tech that could “ignite a technology field”

25 October 2016

A Cambridge-led project aiming to develop a new architecture for future computing based on superconducting spintronics - technology designed to increase the energy-efficiency of high-performance computers and data storage - has been announced.


Read more at: Cambridge Uni spins up green and beefy super-computer project
Cambridge Uni spins up green and beefy super-computer project

Cambridge Uni spins up green and beefy super-computer project

25 October 2016

Electron spin meets and marries superconductivity


Read more at: Cambridge Launches Superspin Project to Develop SC Spintronics
Cambridge Launches Superspin Project to Develop SC Spintronics

Cambridge Launches Superspin Project to Develop SC Spintronics

25 October 2016

Superconductor Week, May 15, 2016 Vol. 30, No. 4