Spintronics breakthrough could lead to lighter and more efficient OLED displays

Researchers have shown that a magnetically polarized current can be
manipulated by electric fields. This is the first time that it was shown
how you can proactively control spin with electric fields and could
pave the way towards combining memory and processing power on the same

The interesting part is that this discovery has been made with flexible
organic semiconductors, and so could offer a step-change in the power
efficiency and weight of devices based on such materials, including of
course OLED displays:


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