Nicola Spaldin receives the 2015 Körber Prize
This was published on June 11, 2015
Nicola Spaldin is to receive the Körber Prize for the creation of a new family of crystalline compounds: multiferroics, materials that respond to both electric and magnetic fields. The magnetic structure in these crystals can be influenced by applying electric fields. Multiferroics are thus destined for ultra-fast, extremely small and highly energy-efficient computers of the future.
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