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The injection of spins into a high-mobility two-dimensional electron gas is unexpectedly efficient, suggesting that new theories may be needed to describe spin transport in such systems.
New experiments show how to optically initialize a specific spin state of a single manganese atom placed inside a quantum dot for spintronics applications.
Local laser heating is used to image thermally driven spin currents and voltages.
The coupling between nitrogen vacancy centers can be dramatically improved through the use of electromagnetic driving fields.
The conversion of magnons into electron spin flips via spin pumping may allow for low-power spin-based data transmission schemes.