Researchers from Tohoku University developed new ultra-small (single-digit nanometer scale) magnetic tunnel junctions (MTJs) that have sufficient retention properties and yet can be switched by a current.
Scientists from the Max Planck Institute for Intelligent Systems in Stuttgart have developed a minuscule, flexible robot that can master a variety of forms of movement. Its magnetic drive allows it to walk, crawl and roll through difficult terrain.Read more
Toyota develops new magnet for electric motors aiming to reduce use of critical rare-earth element by up to 50%Read more
Joint European Magnetic Symposia 2018: Abstract deadline extended till 6th April, 2018. Online registration open (early bird rate till 15th July, 2018).Read more
Momentum Technologies, Inc., has entered into a letter of intent with Wistron GreenTech Corporation, Texas, pertaining to the future collaboration in the field of recovering rare-earth elements from electronic waste. The recovery should exploit membrane assisted solvent extraction (MSX) of rare-earths.Read more