Unlocking The Potential Of Spintronics

Researchers in Japan have developed a thin film made of gallium manganese arsenide that can be reversibly magnetized, with implications for computational logic and memory.

Injecting Fresh Hope Into Spintronics

The ability to inject spin currents into semiconductor materials in a highly efficient manner brings spintronics within reach.

Putting A Spin On Artificial Intelligence

In a world's first, scientists have used spintronics technology to build an artificial neural network.

Semiconductor Shows Ferromagnetism At Room Temperature

Researchers have reported growing iron-doped ferromagnetic semiconductors that work at room temperature—a longstanding physical constraint.

‘Dancing’ Electrons Could Enable Faster Data Encoding

With the addition of a special insulator, electrons in a magnetic hard disk engage in a ‘dance’ with their neighboring electrons to transfer magnetic information over a longer range.

The Builder

Professor Low Teck Seng has worn many hats: dean of engineering at NUS, founding principal of Republic Polytechnic, managing director of A*STAR, and now, CEO of Singapore’s National Research Foundation.

Spintronics Advance: Skyrmions Stablized Above Room Temperature

A magnetic material made of cobalt, zinc and manganese has been shown to host stable and chiral skyrmions, the Holy Grail of spintronics.

GYSS@one-north 2015: The Next Era Of Cloud Computing

What's next for cloud computing? Professor Stuart Parkin discusses at the Global Young Scientists Summit 2015.

SG-SPIN Boosts Singapore’s Spintronic Capabilities

The Singapore Spintronics Consortium (SG-SPIN) will facilitate research collaborations between academia and industry.

Exploiting The Valley For Next Generation Electronics

Molybdenum disulfide-based valleytronics have the potential to be the next generation of low energy electronics, scientists say.