Electronics

Copper-based Alternative for Manufacturing Next-generation Electronics

Japanese scientists developed the technology of transforming copper-based substance to material with mimicking properties of expensive metals. The metals such as gold and silver are expensive and their prices are increasing day-by-day. The new copper-based nanoparticles have promising applications for producing electronic devices that depends on gold and silver. This might make them possibly the most suitable during manufacturing of electronic components by using printing technologies. The advancement of the

Can Magnonic Devices Replace Electronics?

Electronic devices including transistors are getting smaller which can limit its conventional performance. While the devices based on the magnonic currents can transform the industry, a better understanding is imperative for better controlling. The team at the University of California, Riverside took an important step toward the development of practical magnonic devices. A group led by Alexander Balandin developed a chip, which could develop a magnonic current and flow, or