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Materials Discovery Offers Hope for Next-generation Data Storage

News   Apr 15, 2020 | Original story from the University of Houston

 
Materials Discovery Offers Hope for Next-generation Data Storage

Researchers Liangzi Deng, left, and Paul Chu worked with colleagues reporting the discovery of a new compound capable of maintaining its skyrmion properties at room temperature through the use of high pressure. The work holds promise for next-generation data storage. Credit: Audrius Brazdeikis, University of Houston

 
 
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