Scientists prove ‘quantum theory’ that could lead to ultra-fast magnetic computing

A futuristic image of a computer chip

For the first time, scientists have magnetized a non-magnetic material at room temperature, creating a quantum property that they say could pave the way for ultra-fast computing.

The ‘switchable’ magnetic field could one day be used to store and transmit information. This was something that was previously only possible at ultra-cold temperatures.

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