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  • n. Plural form of nanomagnet.


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  • According to the press release, she is developing a new system for detection and characterization of individual nanomagnets.

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  • This will help in the gathering of pertinent information for the exploration of the nanomagnets 'possible applications.

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  • "But a key barrier has always been the difficulty of imaging and characterizing nanomagnets." - latest science and technology news stories

  • Biotech always requires cross-disciplinary collaboration, whether that involves biologists and physicists coming together to develop nanomagnets to treat cancer, or chemists and engineers trying to integrate electronics into living cells.

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  • She's working on improving one concept that would integrate tiny nanomagnets into the smart particles.

  • University of Miami physicist Stewart Barnes and collaborators at the universities of Tokyo and Tohoku created the battery by applying a strong magnetic field to nanomagnets inside a device called a magnetic tunnel junction. - Home Page

  • In the future, each of these nanomagnets could serve as one bit, provided that they could be produced in parallel on large areas via lithographic techniques, and shrunk in size down to about 30 nanometers.


  • The new superflat nanomagnets, however, fulfill all requirements concerning a new concept for magnetic data storage.


  • Here we show that such an e.m.f. can indeed be induced by a static magnetic field in magnetic tunnel junctions containing zinc-blende-structured MnAs quantum nanomagnets.

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  • After 30 seconds, the nanomagnets attached to the green cancer cells could be seen in the mouse belly at the location of the outer magnet.

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