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What you clicked on early in 2017

Nanomagnets for data storage

Here are the news stories which visitors to the New Electronics website were most interested in during the first part of 2017.

Here are the news stories which visitors to the New Electronics website were most interested in during the first part of 2017.

February: Additives bring better control of polymer semiconductors

A technique developed by materials researchers at UC Santa Barbara is seen as a way to enable the efficient design and manufacture of organic circuitry with varying levels of complexity, but which uses the same semiconductor material.

To read the complete story, click here.

April: Nanomagnets for data storage

Researchers from ETH Zurich developed a method to arrange single molecules on a solid surface to build data storage carriers. According to the team, a single atom or a small molecule could be used to store data (see main image).

To read the complete story, click here.

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Graham Pitcher

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