Abhishek Misra, University of Manchester

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    Electrons can tunnel through thin ferromagnetic CrBr3 barriers, sandwiched between graphene electrodes, via the emission of magnons, which suggests that these magnetic tunnel barriers could be used for spin injection.

    • D. Ghazaryan
    • , M. T. Greenaway
    • , Z. Wang
    • , V. H. Guarochico-Moreira
    • , I. J. Vera-Marun
    • , J. Yin
    • , Y. Liao
    • , S. V. Morozov
    • , O. Kristanovski
    • , A. I. Lichtenstein
    • , M. I. Katsnelson
    • , F. Withers
    • , A. Mishchenko
    • , L. Eaves
    • , A. K. Geim
    • , K. S. Novoselov
    •  & A. Misra
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    Current-induced spin–orbit magnetic fields at an Fe/GaAs (001) interface can be controlled with an electric field in the Schottky barrier, an effect that could be used to develop low-power spin–orbit torque devices.

    • L. Chen
    • , M. Gmitra
    • , M. Vogel
    • , R. Islinger
    • , M. Kronseder
    • , D. Schuh
    • , D. Bougeard
    • , J. Fabian
    • , D. Weiss
    •  & C. H. Back
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    A giant magnetoresistance sensor that has a topologically protected magnetic vortex state in the transducer element can provide low magnetic noise, a high linear regime and negligible hysteresis.

    • Dieter Suess
    • , Anton Bachleitner-Hofmann
    • , Armin Satz
    • , Herbert Weitensfelder
    • , Christoph Vogler
    • , Florian Bruckner
    • , Claas Abert
    • , Klemens Prügl
    • , Jürgen Zimmer
    • , Christian Huber
    • , Sebastian Luber
    • , Wolfgang Raberg
    • , Thomas Schrefl
    •  & Hubert Brückl
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    Single isolated magnetic skyrmions can be electrically written and deleted at room temperature in a magnetic device with a technologically relevant stripline geometry, a process that can be directly observed using time-resolved X-ray pump–probe measurements.

    • Seonghoon Woo
    • , Kyung Mee Song
    • , Xichao Zhang
    • , Motohiko Ezawa
    • , Yan Zhou
    • , Xiaoxi Liu
    • , Markus Weigand
    • , Simone Finizio
    • , Jörg Raabe
    • , Min-Chul Park
    • , Ki-Young Lee
    • , Jun Woo Choi
    • , Byoung-Chul Min
    • , Hyun Cheol Koo
    •  & Joonyeon Chang

News & Comment

  • Reverse Engineering |

    The emergence of dynamic random access memory (DRAM) in the 1970s had a huge impact on the future of digital computing. Its inventor, Robert H. Dennard, explains how the drive for simplicity led to this breakthrough.

    • Robert H. Dennard
  • Editorial |

    Robert Dennard and 50 years of dynamic random access memory.

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