Chromia, the oxide form of chromium, comes into contact with a ferromagnet and applies voltage. The result is a switch of the ferromagnet’s magnetization. (Ben Bohall, NET News)
Latest discovery by UNL researchers points to evolving technology
Researchers at the University of Nebraska-Lincoln are discovering new techniques that could revolutionize data storage on everything from desktop computers to mobile devices, making them smaller, faster and more powerful.
Learn more in today’s Signature Story from NET News reporter Ben Bohall.

Chromia, the oxide form of chromium, comes into contact with a ferromagnet and applies voltage. The result is a switch of the ferromagnet’s magnetization. (Ben Bohall, NET News)

Latest discovery by UNL researchers points to evolving technology

Researchers at the University of Nebraska-Lincoln are discovering new techniques that could revolutionize data storage on everything from desktop computers to mobile devices, making them smaller, faster and more powerful.

Learn more in today’s Signature Story from NET News reporter Ben Bohall.

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