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  • Apr 14, 2017 RIKEN RESEARCH Putting a block on dot-to-dot
    Optimizing the tunneling of electrons between nanoscale electronic structures could aid the development of quantum computers
  • Mar 24, 2017 RIKEN RESEARCH Plugging leaks in printable logic
    Self-assembling thin films make it possible to produce flexible electronic devices using a single plastic transistor
  • Mar 03, 2017 RIKEN RESEARCH Weyl fermions, on the other hand
    Analogs of undiscovered elementary particles are predicted to exhibit an unusual effect in exotic materials
  • Feb 03, 2017 RIKEN RESEARCH Magnetic bubbles pop up
    Skyrmionic bubbles, a potential data carrier in low-energy computing systems, can be controlled using temperature or a magnetic field
  • Jan 06, 2017 RIKEN RESEARCH Sturdy skyrmions stack up
    A new form of low-power computing that uses miniscule magnetic whirlpools to store and process data is a step closer to becoming a reality
  • Dec 16, 2016 RIKEN RESEARCH Exotic quantum technology realized using normal silicon
    Quantum circuits based on industry-standard silicon offer a route to scalable quantum computers