Cambridge’s 3D printed nanoscale magnetic circuits could improve future electronic devices

Cambridge's 3D printed nanoscale magnetic circuits could improve future electronic devices

A team of researchers from the University of Cambridge in the UK has developed a nanoscale magnetic circuit using 3D nano-printing which is capable of moving information (bits) in three-dimensions. According to the research team, this innovation has the potential to improve and increase the processing and storage capabilities of next-generation electronic devices. Researchers Amalio Fernández-Pacheco (left) and Dédalo Sanz-Hernández (right) Up until now, electronic devices have typically functioned using two-dimensional circuits, which carry information in a 2D, planar way. With the advancement of 3D printing and manufacturing technologies, however, the opportunity to produce 3D magnetic circuits has arisen, […]

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