Scientists unraveling knotty problem of information storage

08/13/2013 | Nature (free content)

Physicists have tied tiny magnetic vortices into knots in an effort to improve the way computer information is carried. The knotted vortices, called skyrmions, could bring more stability to information storage, according to a study published in Science magazine.

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